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Incorporated 1889, 


ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE 


PRICE LIST 


Cable Addresses 






imlLunkenheimer Company 


MANUFACTURERS OF 


SUPERIOR BRASS 


IRON VALVES 


LUBRICATORS and STEAM SPECIALTIES 


MAIN OFFICES AND WORKS 


CINCINNATI, OHIO, U. S. A 


EUROPEAN BRANCH: 

THE LUNKEN VALVE CO., limited, 


EASTERN BRANCH: 

No. 51 John St., NEW YORK. 


LONDON, 










INTRODUCTORY. 



TN presenting this Catalogue to our patrons and the trade generally, we are 
pleased to state that the “LUNKENHEIMER SPECIALTIES” continue to gain 
in popularity, and the high standard for superiority they have justly held 
has not been impaired. 

Our untiring efforts are constantly directed to keeping the quality and 
efficiency of our productions at the HIGHEST standard of excellence. We 
use only the best materials, maintain a rigid system of inspection in the pro¬ 
duction of every article, and subject them to tests before shipment. 

All our steam goods are made according to the United States Government 
standard of steam composition, while many other manufacturers, to reduce 
the cost of production, use an inferior mixture—thus their difference in 
quality can only be discovered by practical use—and it is this superior quality 
of our steam composition that accounts for the marked and well-known 
durability of the Lunkenheimer productions. 

Our rigid system and care in producing only first-class, high-grade goods 
during the last thirty years, has brought our Specialties to such a state of 
perfection, that we can justly and modestly claim, that they are to-day bet¬ 
ter than ever, and the best of their kind. They have become the i ‘criterion” 
of their class throughout the civilized world, and the market for them has so 
greatly extended that, to more promptly serve our patrons, we have opened 
up New York and London branches. Both stores are in charge of competent 
managers, and we carry in them a complete stock of such goods as are 
called for in their respective markets. 

In conclusion we wish to thank our friends and patrons for the hearty 
endorsement with which they have heretofore accepted our productions, and, 
we trust, with improved manufacturing and distributing facilities, to be 
favored with an increased share of their trade. 

Faithfully yours, 

The. Lunkenheimer Company. 

Cincinnati , Ohio, U. S. A., January i, 1895. 

OFFICERS: 

EDM. H. LUNKEN, President. 

C. F. LUNKENHEIMER, Vice-President & Treasurer 

D. T. WILLIAMS, Secretary. 

H. RITTER, Superintendent. 


Copyrighted, 1894, 

By THE LUNKENHEIMER CO. 

Eagle Design also Copyrighted, 1894. 


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INDEX 


PAGE 

BALLS— 

Brass. 19 

BULK’S EYE SIGHT-FEED. 64 

CENTRIFUGAL OILERS.80 

COCKS— 

Air. 54 

Automatic Cylinder. 38 

Bibb Steam. 55 

Cylinder. 53 

Gas Meter.,. 47 

Gas Service. 47 

Gauge Compression Soft Seat. 52 

Gauge Compression Regrinding. 52 

Gauge Mississippi. 52 

Gauge Regester. 52 

Indicator. 37 

Steam Gauge. 53 

Steam Stop, Brass. 48 

COMBINATION KEYS. 22 

COMBINATION WATER COLUMN. 50 

FUSIBLE PLUGS. 51 

GLASSES- 

Cylindrical and Urn Shaped. 97 

Gauge (Scotch). 51 

GREASE CANDLES.103 

GREASE CUPS— 

“ Ideal ” (Automatic). 82 

“Jewel” (Automatic).83 

“Marine” (Compression). 84 

“Tiger” (Plain). 85 

“Ohio” (Plain). 86 

Loose Pulley.103 

LUBRICATORS— 

“Banner” Sight-Feed. 65 

“Double” Sight-Feed. 60 

“Graphite” Sight-Feed. 66 

“Independent” Sight-Feed. 74 

“Joker” Sight-Feed. 61 

“Junior” Sight-Feed. 62 

“ Major ” Sight-Feed. 64 

Plain Engine. 78 

“ Senior” Sight-Feed. 56 

“ Spray-Feed ” Sight-Feed. 58 

“ Vulcan ” Sight-Feed. 68 

LOW WATER ALARM. 46 

OIL CUPS— 

“Ajax” Index. 92 

“Cody ” Shaft.102 

Crank Pin.95-96-99 

“ Crown ” Index Sight-Feed. 90 

Hinge Lid.105 

Lever Handle Brass with Cock.106 

Loose Pulley.104 

Locomotive Brass and Glass.99-101,106 

“ Miami ” Screw Top. 96 

Needle Valve. ; . 95 

“ Pioneer ” Slide Top. 87 

Plain Brass.106 

“ Rival ” Sight-Feed. 93 

“ Royal ” Sight-Feed. 89 


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OIL CUPS— 

Rod Cups. 95 

“Ruby” Index Sight-Feed. 94 

Screw-Feed. 95 

“Victor” Index. 88 

“ Yankee ” Slide Top. 91 

OIL INJECTORS FOR BOILERS— 

“Emerald” Sight-Feed. 72 • 

“Standard” Sight-Feed. 70 

OIL PUMPS. 75 

OILING DEVICES. 79 

OIL FEEDERS— 

Needle Valve, Automatic. 76 

Plain with Cock and Tube. 77 

OIL GAUGES— 

Plain. 98 

Complete with Drain Cock. 98 

SYPHONS. 51 

STEAM GAUGES. 51 

UNIONS. 48 

VALVES— 

Angle Regrinding Brass.14-18 

Angle Iron Body. 35 

Ball Check. 20 

Cross Brass. 17 

Check (Ball, Horz., Angle, Vert.) Brass...l8-20 

Check Iron Body. 36 

Flanged Brass.11-16-17-18 

Gate.9-12, 26-27-30 

Globe Regrinding Brass.14-16 

Globe Iron Body. 35 

Hose. 12 

“ Handy ” Gate Valves. 28 

Indicator. 12 

Iron Body.9-12, 24-28, 30-36 

Jenkins Disc.;.24-25 

Lever Throttle Valves. 30 

“Lunken” Gate.9-12 

Pop Safety.32-34 

Quick Opening Gate.12, 27 

Radiator Regrinding & Jenkins Disc..22-23-25 

Safety.32-34, 36 

Straightway.9-12, 26-30 

Whistle.41 

Yoke. 21 

WASHERS— 

Cork. 97 

WATER GAUGES.49-50 

WEIGHTS FOR SAFETY VALVES. 36 

WHISTLES— 

Brass Base. 40 

Chime (Three Whistle). 45 

Chime (Single Bell).44 

Combination or Fire Alarm (Piston).43 

Fire Alarm.43 

Iron Base.41 

Long Bell.40-41 

Mocking-Bird. 42. 

Plain with Valve. 40 


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The “Lunken” Gate Valve 

WITH BALANCED DISC AND RENEWABLE SEAT. 


JN few industries has 
there been less 
genuine invention dis¬ 
played than in the 
valve making indus¬ 
try, for valves to-day 
are precisely the same 
as fifty years ago— 
possessing the same 
defects. 

Why should a 
valve shell, when once 
in place, not last as long 
as the pipes connected 
thereto? 

Why should the 
parts that wear (seat 
and disc) not be easily 
renewed ? 

Why should not 
Gate Valves used for 



steam purposes (espec¬ 
ially above a y 2 inch 
size) have balanced disc 
(Automatic By-pass) to 
insure easy operating 
and overcome wear and 
friction on seat, disc 
and stem ? 

Realizing these 
facts, we have placed 
upon the market the 
“ Lunken” Gate Valve, 
whose merits and 
price must eventually 
make it the “ Univer¬ 
sal Standard.” Many 
users claim it to be the 
only practical and re¬ 
liable straightway 
steam valve thus far 
constructed. 


NOTICE. 

We have lately made the following improvements, making these valves 
absolutely perfect, viz: given more taper to the wedges,—on Iron Valves 
adopted solid brass stems and a brass swivel connection between the disc and 
stem,—and instead of lead or asbestos for joint (between body and hub or 
bonnet) are using an oblong copper washer imbedded tightly in a groove 
cut in the top face of the body. All “Lunken” Valves are fully warranted. 


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DESCRIPTION. 


REFERRING to cuts on pages 7, 8 and 9, the bonnet E is held to the shell 
by a steel clip, the joint being made by a seamless oval copper wire washer 
held tightly in a groove in the shell; thus the valve can be easily taken apart 
without renewing the packing washer. The bonnet is flat and narrow, and 
has sectional or part-nut threads in its opposite interior sides. The threaded 
portion (J) of the stem by engaging with these part threads, causes the valve 
to be opened or closed. The disc has a straight flat bearing against the re¬ 
newable seat (C) and is forced tightly against same by the self-adjusting half¬ 
ring wedge (D). The wedging on the disc is applied on wedging surfaces 
diametrically opposite each other; thus the wedging-pressure is properly 
equalized on the entire disc and insures a tight joint. The pressure of the 
steam or liquid is on the back or wedge side of disc, and as the valve closes 
and seats itself easily, it is not necessary to apply as much force in wedging 
it to its seat as is customary w T ith globe valves. 

Valves above 2 ]/ 2 inch size are provided with patent “ By-pass,” 
which balances the disc before opening, thus reducing the friction and wear 
on seat and disc to a minimum, and causing the valve to open easily. This 
feature makes the “ Lunken 99 Valve the most practical straight-way 
steam and high-pressure valve. The “By-pass” (shown in Plate C), is 
an auxiliary valve formed in the top of the valve disc and operated by the 
stem (O) of valve, automatically, while opening or closing the main valve. 
Channel (N) passing through the disc, connects the inlet or pressure side of 
the valve with the outlet side, the end of the stem (Y) controls this channel, 
(there being sufficient play in the disc coupling to allow the complete open¬ 
ing of the channel) caused by the first one-sixth turn of the wheel. The 
renewable seat is an exteriorly threaded flanged ring screwing up to a 
shoulder, the opposite face of which flange forms the seat for the disc to close 
against. The inner periphery of the renewable seat has lugs (K) for the en¬ 
gagement of the spanner end of wrench (Plate D), by which means the seat 
is tightened or loosened through the disc opening of the body, without dis¬ 
turbing the pipe connections. The ring end (T) of the wrench is used to 
hold and guide the renewable seat into place, so as to properly start its 
threads. In large Iron Valves (above 3 inch size) the renewable seat screws 
into a second brass ring, permanently fastened in the iron shell. 

To renew the seat in a valve proceed as follows : Take off the bonnet 
-(E), loosen the seat with the spanner end (M) of wrench, as shown in Plate 
D. Then unscrew and take out seat. Then place the new seat on the ring 


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end (T) of the wrench and insert into valve, (see plates E and F), holding 
the wrench in one hand, (to hold and guide the new seat into place) while 
with the use of a pointed tool in the other hand engage the milled edge of 
seat, and turn and start it into its threads. When properly started and 
screwed down, the spanner end of wrench is applied to tighten the seat 
firmly. Thus in a few minutes and with perfect ease, any person can prac¬ 
tically make a worn-out “ Lunken ” Gate Valve as good as new, the cost of 
the renewable seat or a new disc being trifling. 

Should the seat become so tightly cemented in the shell that it cannot 
be unscrewed with the* wrench, then loosen or split the seat with a pointed 
chisel, when it can be easily unscrewed or removed. 

Another important feature is that the stem, when valve is full open, 
seats itself (V against U) thus relieving all pressure on stuffing-box, permit¬ 
ting repacking of same under pressure. The clip surrounding the shell adds 
greatly to the strength of the entire valve, and permits of its being taken 
apart easily with a small wrench. The shell is so short and rigid, and the 
wedging surfaces are so small, that expansion and contraction have no effect 
upon the valve, and the disc will never wedge fast and become inoperative, 
as with many styles of double seated Gate Valves. This construction also 
overcomes the objection in double disc gate valves, where liquids remain in 
the shell between the discs, and often freeze or injure the valve. It is im¬ 
possible for anything to lodge on the seat of this valve, as the disc and 
seat have a straight face, and (the pressure on the back of disc keeps it 
tightly pressed against its seat) thus it actually cuts away (like the action of 
the blades of a pair of shears) anything in its path. This feature combined 
with the renewable seat, commends the “ Lunken ” valve for “ blow-off ” 
purposes. 

Valves above 2 y ?-inch size, intended for “ blow-off” purposes, we recom¬ 
mend to be used without the By-pass. 

The “ Lunken ” Gate Valve can be used in all places where Globe Valves, 
Gate Valves or Stop-Cocks are used, and cannot be excelled as a Throttle 
Valve for Stationary Steam Engines. All parts are interchangeable, work¬ 
manship and material first-class, and every valve is warranted. 

Directions for renewing the seat, and operating valves provided with 
" By-pass,” furnished with each valve. 

TO OPERATE “BY-PASS.” —The valve being closed, give the wheel 
about one-sixth turn, then wait a moment to allow the steam to pass through 
“ By-pass,” and balance the disc, then continue to turn the wheel and open 
the valve. 


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Interior Construction and Description. 


NOTICE.—All Valves LARGER than 2/4 size are provided with Patent By-pass. 



Plate A. Sectional of Valve Plate C. Stem, Disc and By- 

witliout By-pass. pass, as used on Iron Body Valves. 

(By-pass is closed.) 


Plate B. Sectional of Valve 
with By-pass open, and steam 
blowing through. 


DESCRIPTION PLATE A. 

C— Renewable Seat. 

D —Self-Adjusting Horseshoe Wedge. 

F— Japanned Steel Band. 

KK— Ribs on Renewable Seat. 

L— Annealed Copper Wire Washer. 

R—Disc. 

8—Asbestos Packing. 

V— Seat, closing against U when Valve is open. 


DESCRIPTION PLATE C. 

M—Brass By-pass Valve. 

N —By-pass channel through Disc. 

0 —Brass Stem. 

Y —Brass Swivel Coupling between Stem and Disc. 
Z -Dock-nut with left hand thread, holding Y to X. 
W— Wedge surface on back of Disc. 

Q —Brass Seat bearing of Disc. 


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Cuts Showing Method of Renewing the Seat 



Plate F. Guiding and Screwing a new 
Seat into Shell. 


Plate D. Shell of Valve, showing appli¬ 
cation of Spanner End (M) of Wrench to 
seat, to loosen or tighten same. 


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The “LUNKEN” Gate Valve. 

WITH BALANCED DISC AND RENEWABLE SEAT. 



Fig. 400. Iron Body, Screwed. 
Made with Screwed Ends only. 

H inch to 3 inch. 

For 150 lbs. Working Pressure. 


Fig. 401. Brass Body, Screwed. 

Made .with Screwed and Flanged Ends, 
inch to 6 inch. 

For 200 lbs. Working Pressure. 


“A valve whose seat and disc are renewable without disconnecting from pipes.” 
"A valve with balanced disc; frictionless and operating easily under high pressure.” 
“A valve, although with straight way, is more compact than a Globe Valve.” 

“A valve provided with a rising spindle, thus indicating whether it is open or shut. ’ ’ 
“A valve such as all users have thought a necessity.” 



Fig. 402. Iron Body, Screwed. 

2 inch to 12 inch. 

Heavy. 

For 200 lbs. Working Pressure. 


Fig. 403. Iron Body, Flanged. 

2 inch to 12 inch. 

Heavy. 

For 200 lbs. Working Pressure. 


All “ Lunken ” Valves bear our Trade Marks: a LUNKEN ” and “ U ” Horseshoe. 


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Price List—Dimensions—Weights. 


IRON BODY.—Fig. 400. Warranted for 150 lbs. Working Pressure. Screw Ends. 


SIZE.inches 

/ 

H 

/ 

X 

1 

IK 

1/ 

2 

2/ 

3 

IRON BODY, Brass Mt’d, Screw Ends.each 

1 20 

1 25 

1 60 

1 90 

2 50 

3 60 

5 00 

7 60 

12 00 

16 00 

Extra Seats, Discs and Wrenches...each 

08 

10 

12 

1G 

22 

30 

40 

50 

75 

1 00 

Distance End to End, Screw Ends.inches 

1/ 

1H 

2 

2 X 

2/ 


Hi 

3H 

3/ 8 

454 


NOTICE. — In ordering these valves always mention “ Iron.” 

These valves have brass wearing parts ( i . e.) stem, disc, seat, wedge and stuffing- 
box, are intended to take the place of ordinary globe and other style gate valves are 
warranted to stand 150 lbs. working pressure, and made only with screw ends. 


Iron Body, Brass Mounted. 

HEAVY.—Fig. 402 and 403. Warranted for 200 lbs. Working Pressure. 

Screw and Flange Ends. 


SIZE. 

..inches 

2 

2 54 

3 

3 a 

4 

4 54 

5 

IRON, Brass Mounted, Screw Ends. 


9 00 

12 00 

15 00 

18 00 

22 00 

26 00 

32 00 

IRON, Brass Mounted, Flange Ends. 


10 50 

14 00 

17 60 

21 00 

25 00 

30 00 

36 00 

Extra Seats, Discs and Wrenches. 


50 

75 

1 00 

1 25 

1 50 

2 00 

2 50 

Distance End to End, Screw Ends. 

..inches 

3 X 

4 X 

4/s 

5 X 

5K 

6 

6X 

Distance Face to Face, Flange Ends... 

..inches 

4 

4 H 

5 

6 

6 X 

6K 

7 

Diameter of Flanges. 

..inches 

6 

7 

7/ 

8 / 

9 

9/ 

10 

Weight Complete, Screw Ends. 

.lbs. 

12 

23 

32 

44 

59 

74 

92 

Weight Complete, Flange Ends. 


18 

31 

42 

56 

73 

89 

111 


SIZE. 


6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

12 

IRON, Brass Mounted, Screw Ends. 


40 00 

56 00 

70 00 

82 00 

100 00 

140 00 

IRON, Brass Mounted, Flange Ends. 


44 00 

61 00 

75 00 

87 00 

106 00 

146 00 

Extra Seats, Discs and Wrenches. 


3 00 

3 50 

4 20 

5 00 

6 00 

8 00 

Distance End to End, Screw Ends. 


7 

7/ 

7 X 

7/ 

8/ 

9 

Distance Face to Face, Flange Ends. 


m 


9 

m 

9/8 

10/ 

Diameter of Flanges. 


ii 

12/ 

13/ 

15 

16 

19 

Weight Complete, Screw Ends. 

.lbs. 

124 

157 

200 

225 

265 

395 

Weight Complete, Flange Ends. 

.lbs. 

150 

187 

233 

269 

318 

454 


NOTICE .—When ordering these valves in 2 to 3 inch sizes mention “Heavy”—to 
distinguish from same sizes of Fig. 400. 

Iron Body Brass Mounted Valves have solid brass stems, but Figures 402 and 403 
can also be furnished with steel stems, without extra charge. 

All orders will be filled with brass stem valves unless otherwise ordered. 

Special prices will be furnished where specifications call for flanges other than 
above. 

All “ Lunken ” Valves furnished with Standard English Threads or Flanges with¬ 
out extra cost. 


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Price List—Dimensions—Weights. —Continued. 

Brass. 

Fig. 401.—Warranted for 200 lbs. Working Pressure. Screw and Flange Ends. 


SIZE. 


X 

X 

X 

X 

1 

IK 

ix 

2 

2/ 

3 

4 

5 

6 

BRASS, Screw Ends . 

.each 

1 20 

1 25 

1 50 

1 90 

2 50 

3 50 

5 00 

7 60 

14 00 

20 00 

80 00 

110 00 

150 00 

RRASS Flanne Ends 

each 



3 00 

3 80 

5 50 

7 00 

9 50 

15 00 

24 00 

32 00 

90 00 

130 00 

175 00 


OS 

10 

12 

16 

2° 

30 

40 

50 

75 

1 00 




Dist. End to End, Screw E’ds.inch 

ltt 

i X 

ix 

2 /a 

2 X 

2-8- 
1 0 

2X1 

1 tf 

3 

SX 

4 

5/ 

6 

6/ 

Weight Complete. 

.lbs. 

X 

X 

i 

IX 

2 X 

3/8 

4K 

GX 

11 

17 

55 

85 

115 

Diameter of Fiances .... 

.inches 



3 

3 / 

4 

4/ 

5 

6 

7 

7/ 

9 

10 

11 

Dist. Face to Face.Fl’ge E’ds.inch 



2-* 

2/ 

2X 

3 

3/s 

3K 

4 

4lV 

5/ 

6 

7 

Weight Complete. 

..lbs. 



2/ 

3X 

5 

6X 

9X 

12/ 

21/ 

29 

65 

100 

135 


NOTICE. —In ordering these valves always mention “ Brass. 


All Iron. 


HEAVY.—Warranted for 200 lbs. Working Pressure. Screw and Flange Ends. 


SIZE. 

...inches 

2 

2/ 

3 

3/ 

4 

4/ 

5 

ALL IRON, Screw Ends. 

.each 

9 00 

12 00 

16 00 

18 00 

22 00 

26 00 

32 00 

ALL IRON, Flange Ends. 

.each 

10 60 

14 00 

17 60 

21 00 

26 00 

30 00 

36 00 

Extra Seats, Discs and Wrenches. 


50 

75 

1 00 

. 1 25 

1 50 

2 00 

2 50 

Distance End to End, Screw Ends. 

...inches 

sx 

4X 

4/8 

5# 

5/ 

6 

GX 

Distance Face to Face, Flange Ends... 

...inches 

4 

4/ 

5 

6 

GX 

GX 

7 

Diameter of Flanges. 

...inches 

6 

7 

7/ 

8/ 

9 

9/ 

10 

Weight Complete, Screw Ends. 


12 

23 

32 

44 

59 

74 

92 

Weight Complete, Flange Ends. 


18 

31 

42 

56 

73 

89 

111 


SIZE. 


6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

12 

ALL IRON, Screw Ends. 

.each 

40 00 

66 00 

70 00 

82 00 

100 00 

140 00 

ALL IRON, Flange Ends. 


44 00 

61 00 

76 00 

87 00 

106 00 

146 00 

Extra Seats, Discs and Wrenches. 


3 00 

3 50 

4 20 

5 00 

6 00 

8 00 

Distance End to End, Screw Ends. 

.inches 

7 

7/ 

7X 

7/ 

8/ 

9 

Distance Face to Face, Flange Ends. 


8/a 

sx 

9 

SX 

OX 

ioh 

Diameter of Flanges. 


11 

12/ 

13/ 

15 

16 

19 

Weight Complete, Screw Ends. 


124 

157 

200 

225 

265 

305 

Weight Complete, Flange Ends. 

.lbs. 

150 

187 

233 

269 

318 

454 


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THE “LUNKEN” 

Hose, Indicator and Quick Opening Valves. 

WITH RENEWABLE SEAT. 



Fig. 404. Hose Valve. Fig. 405. Iron Body, Fig. 406. Quick Opening. 

with Indicator. 


PRICE LIST.— Hose Vauves. 


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Hose Valves are furnished nickeled all over,with brass or wood wheel, if desired. Prices upon application. 
Female Ends are standard Iron Pipe Threads ; Male Ends are Hose Thread. 

In ordering Hose Valves always send sample of Hose Thread desired. 

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PRICE LIST.—Quick Opening Valves and Iron Body Valves with Indicator. 


Sue.Inches 

X 

H 

% 

H 

1 

1* 

1 % 

2 

254 

3 








1 90 

2 50 

3 50 

5 00 

7 50 

14 00 

20 00 




BRASS* tftilck Opening Flange Ends..each 




3 80 

5 50 

7 00 

9 50 

15 00 

24 00 

32 00 


















Size.Inches 

2 

254 

3 

354 

4 

454 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

12 

IRON, Quick Opening, Screw Ends.each 

9 00 

12 00 

15 00 

18 00 

22 00 

26 00 

32 00 

40 00 

56 00 

70 00 

82 00 

100 00 

140 00 

‘Brass Mounted.) 














IRON. Quick Opening, Flange Ends...each 

10 50 

14 00 

17 50 

21 00 

25 00 

30 00 

36 00 

44 00 

61 00 

75 00 

87 00 

106 00 

146 00 

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IRON, with Indicator, Screw Ends.each 

9 00 

12 00 

15 00 

18 00 

22 00 

26 00 

32 00 

40 00 

56 00 

70 00 

82 00 

100 00 

140 00 

(Brass Mounted.) 














IRON, with Indicator, Flange Ends.each 

10 50 

14 00 

17 50 

21 00 

25 00 

30 00 

36 00 

44 00 

61 00 

75 00 

87 00 

106 00 

146 00 

(Brass Mounted.) 















For Weights and Dimensions, and Prices on Renewable Seats, Discs and Wrenches see page 10. 
NOTICE.—Our Iron Body Valves with Indicator are constructed to conform to the Underwriters’ 
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Patent Regrinding Globe and Angle Valves 


Globe Valve. 


Fig. 408. Angle Valve. 


NOTICE.—All genuine valves have “EUNKENHEIMER.” cast in the shell, 
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'pHE Lunkenheimer Geobe and Angee VaevES are heavy “regrind¬ 
ing ” valves of superior quality and workmanship, made from our own 
peculiar steam composition, and are acknowledged by the trade to be the 
simplest and best steam valves in the market. They cost less and outlast 
composition disc valves, and are fully warranted in every particular. When 
worn in the seat they can be made as good as new by regrinding. These 
valves (on account of having an outside thread and union connection for 
holding the hub to the valve-shell) are always easily taken apart, as the hub 
will not cement into the shell as is the case with all other makes. As a 
proof of their superiority they are extensively used on Government Work, 
Steamships, Locomotives, in Rolling Mills, Refineries, and in the United 
States Navy on Cruisers, etc. The stuffing-boxes are packed and all valves 
are thoroughly tested before leaving the factory. These valves are also fur¬ 
nished with round slotted hub nuts for spanner. Warranted to stand a 
working pressure of 175 lbs. per square inch. 


'pO regrind, unscrew the nut and place a little powdered sand and soap 
on disc. Insert a wire through hole in disc to hold it to stem, and re¬ 
grind, leaving the nut unscrewed, so that the hub rotates and guides the 
stem while regrinding. 


^LL genuine valves have “Lunkenheimer ” cast in the valve-shell and 


a direction tag attached. 


PRICE EIST. 


Size.. 

.inches 

Vs 

X 

X 

X 

X 

1 

IK 

1 X 

2 

2K 

3 

Globe Valves. 


70 

70 

85 

1 15 

145 

2 00 

2 80 

3 90 

6 20 

12 00 

16 60 

Angle Valvos. 

.each 

70 

70 

85 

1 15 

145 

2 00 

2 80 

3 90 

6 20 

12 00 

16 60 

Fin. all over, with Brass Wh’l...each 

1 75 

1 90 

2 15 

2 50 

3 10 

3 65 

5 25 

7 25 

10 75 

22 00 

33 50 

Cross Valves. 



1 00 

1 00 

1 50 

2 00 

2 70 

3 50 

5 10 

8 00 

16 00 

24 00 


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THE EUNKENHEIMER COMPANY. 
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Fig. 409. Globe Valve. Fig. 410. Globe Valve. 

Screwed. Flanged. 

desire to call the attention of Marine-Engine and Ship-builders to these 
improved steam valves, specially constructed for marine purposes. 
They are elegantly designed with an aim to great strength and durability, 
and permit “ regrinding” in the bearing in case of wear on the seat or disc with¬ 
out disconnecting valves from pipes. The swivel or union style connection 
of the bonnet to the body of the valve, makes the entire valve much stronger 
than the usual patterns (with inside thread on the body), as the ring screw¬ 
ing over the neck of the body acts like a tie or binder. This connection also 
prevents “ cementing ” of bonnet to body, thus the valve can always be easily 
taken apart. To regrind the valve when worn and leaky, proceed as follows: 
Unscrew the bonnet-ring and take the valve apart; place a little powdered 
sand and soap on the disc,—insert a nail or wire through the hole in the disc to 
prevent same from revolving on the stem, then regrind, leaving the bonnet¬ 
ring unscrewed, so that the bonnet rotates and guides the stem while re¬ 
grinding. When properly reground put the valve together and it will again 
be steam tight. A direction tag is attached to each valve explaining the 
regrinding feature. 

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Fig. 413. Check Valve. 

Screwed. 

The metal used in these valves is the Government Standard Steam Composition. 
All valves are thoroughly inspected and tested, and the stuffing-boxes packed with 
asbestos before leaving the factory and fully warranted. As a proof of their superiority 
they are extensively used on Steamships, Locomotives, in Rolling-mills, Refineries and 
on many United States Cruisers. If desired, valves are furnished with hexagon bonnet 
rings for wrench, instead of slotted for spanner. 

All our valves have “LUNKENHEIMER” and “S” cast in the valve body. 

Extra Heavy Valves will be sent with slotted bonnet rings unless otherwise ordered. 

For Price List and Dimensions, see Page 18. 


Fig. 412. Cross Valve. 
Flanged 


Fig. 411. Angle Valve. 

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PRICE EIST. 

Extra Heavy, Screw and Flange Ends, Globe, Angle, Cross and Check Valves. 


SIZE. 

..inches 

A 

H 

1 

IK 

4'A 

2 

2'A 

3 

3 % 

4 

Globe and Angle Valves, Screw Ends 

.each 

180 

240 

360 

490 

700 

10 50 

17 60 

27 76 

40 30 

62 80 

Cross Valves, Screw Ends. 


250 

3 60 

490 

700 

9 60 

1376 

22 20 

36 00 

51 40 

66 60 

Check Valves, Screw Ends. 

.each 

160 

2 15 

3 10 

440 

6 26 

960 

16 00 

25 00 

36 00 

46 50 

Globe Vdlves, Flange Ends. 

...each 

316 

4 00 

6 60 

790 

1060 

1440 

21 60 

31 25 

44 00 

67 60 

Diameter of Flanges. 

nches 

3 

3% 

4 

4 A 

5 

6 

7 

7 % 

8 H 

9 

Length Face to Face. 

inches 

4 

4'A 

W 

5K 

6'A 

7 'A 

8 A 

9 

m 

m 

Angle Valves, Flange Ends. 

.each 

316 

4 00 

6 60 

790 

1060 

1440 

21 60 

31 26 

44 00 

67 60 

Diameter of Flanges. 

..inches 

3 

3<4 

4 

4'A 

5 

6 

7 

7 'A 

8 a 

9 

Centre to Inlet. . 

..inches 

2 

2'A 


2% 

3 'A 

sh 

4'A 

4/ 

5/s 

i 

Centre to Outlet. 

..inches 

2 

2'A 

*iV 

2% 

3/s 

3 X 

4/ 

4'A 

5/8 

bH 

Cross Valves, Flange Ends.. 

.each 

400 

6 25 

700 

9 75 

1340 

1875 

26 26 

37 60 

68 00 

76 00 

Diameter of Flanges. 

.inches 

3 

3'A 

4 

4'A 

5 

6 

7 

7 'A 

8^ 

9 

Face to Face across. . 

..inches 

4 

4'A 

5 % 

5 H 

6 'A 

7/ 

8'A 

9 

m 

m 

Centre to Face of bottom end. 

..inches 

2 

2'A 

.*& 

2H 

3/ 

3K 

4H 

4/ 

5H 


Check Valves, Flange Ends . 

. each 

2 85 

3 60 

500 

7 30 

9 86 

1360 

20 00 

28 60 

40 00 

52 00 


Dimensions of Flanges on Check Valves, same as Globe Valves. 

Special prices furnished where specifications call for flanges other than the above. 
Also furnished with English Standard Flanges or Threads without extra cost. 


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Improved Regrinding and Ball Check Valves. 


Fig. 414 Horizontal Check Valve. 


Fig. 415. Angle Check Valve. 


Fig. 416. Ball Check Valve. Fig. 418. Vertical Check Valve. 

All genuine valves have “EUNKENHEIMER” cast in the valve-shell. 

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DESCRIPTION. 


REALIZING the important service of Check Valves, we have aimed in 
designing these valves to overcome the defects found in most makes now 
on the market. The discs in our valves are guided both top and bottom, 
and so constructed that they will always seat themselves perfectly, and not 
leak, stick nor pound, and their action is quick and positive. A trial will 
convince users of their superiority. All our valves have “ Lunkenheimer ” 
cast in the valve-shell. 


^HECK VALVES with enlarged seats have one size larger opening 
through same than regular, therefore requiring less lift, and giving 
more discharge. 

PRICE LIST. 


SIZE.inches 

Ks 

H | H | 

X 

X 

1 

ix 

1 X 

2 

2K 

3 

Check Valves, 

Horizontal, Angle, Vertical.each 

60 

69 

60 

86 

1 15 

166 

2 30 

3 25 

6 20 

10 00 

1400 

Check Valves, 

Horizontal Enlarged Seats.each 




1 15 

1 55 

2 30 

3 25 

5 20 

10 00 



Check Valves, 

With Drain Cocks.each 



1 05 

1 30 

1 60 

2 00 

2 75 

3 70 

5 65 

10 50 

14 50 

Check Valves, Enlarged Seats, 
With Drain Cocks.each 




1 60 

2 00 

2 75 

3 70 

5 65 

10 50 










QUR Bael Check Vaeves are properly constructed and proportioned, 
and the balls perfectly true. 

Having had long experience in making brass balls by special tools of 
our own invention, we warrant ours absolutely true. 

All our Ball Check Valves have “ Lunkenheimer” cast in the valve-shell. 


PRICE LIST. 


SIZE. 

..inches 

X 

X 

X 

1 

IK 

IK 

2 

2K 

3 

Ball Check Valves. 


1 10 

1 60 

230 

3 10 

4 00 

6 20 

940 

18 00 

26 00 

Ball Check Valves, with Drain Cocks... 


1 50 

2 00 

2 70 

3 50 

4 40 

6 60 

9 80 

18 50 

25 50 


BRASS BALLS. 

Sizes above 1% inches are cast hollow. 


SIZE.inches 

X 

X 

1 

IK 

vx 

2 

.254 

2K 

3 

3 54 

3X 

4 

5 

6 

Price.each 

60 

65 

75 

1 00 

1 50 

2 75 

4 50 

5 25 

6 00 

7 00 

8 00 ! 

9 00 

13 00 

18 50 


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LUNKENHEIMER’S 

Regrinding Brass Globe and Angle Yoke Valves. 



Fig. 419. Globe Yoke Valve. 


'J'HIS Valve is especially adapted for Steamboat and other uses, where 
heavy steam pressure is used. As the screw on the stem does not come 
in contact with the steam, it is very durable. The yoke screws over the 
valve-shell same as on our Regrinding Valves, which makes the valve very 
strong and substantial. 


PRICE LIST. 


SIZE. 


1 

IK 

IK 

2 

2K 

3 

Globe or Angle Valves, Brass Stems. 


3 75 

5 00 

7 00 

10 00 

17 00 

25 50 


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Fig. 420. Female Ends. Fig. 421. Male and Female Ends. 

T UNKENHEIMER’S REGRINDING RADIATOR VALVES are constructed on the same principle 
as our Regrinding Globe Valves. They make very neat and durable valves for radiators, can be 
reground when worn and cost less than composition disc valves. All our radiator valves are provided 
with patent “ Unbreakable ” Wood Handles. 

PRICE LIST. 

Wood Wheel, T Handle or Lock Shield. 


SIZE. 


X 

X 

1 

IK 

l X 

2 

Fig. 420, Rough Body. 


1 35 

1 60 

2 25 

3 25 

4 50 

7 00 

Fig. 420, Rough Body, Nickel Flated Trimmings. 


1 55 

1 85 

2 50 

3 50 

4 80 

7 50 

Fig. 420, Rough Body, Nickel Plated all over. 


1 65 

1 95 

2 65 

3 70 

5 00 

7 75 

Fig. 420, Finished Body. 

.each 

1 85 

2 15 

2 85 

4 00 

5 50 

8 50 

Fig. 420, Finished Body, Nickel Plated all over. 

.each 

2 15 

2 50 

3 25 

4 45 

6 00 

9 25 

Fig. 421, Rough Body. 

.each 

1 45 

1 70 

2 35 

3 35 

4 60 

7 10 

Fig. 421, Rough Body, Nickel Plated Trimmings. 

.each 

1 65 

1 95 

2 60 

3 60 

4 90 

7 60 

Fig. 421, Rough Body, Nickel Plated all over. 


1 75 

2 05 

2 75 

3 80 

5 10 

7 85 

Fig. 421, Finished Body. 


1 95 

2 25 

2 95 

4 10 

5 60 

8 60 

Fig. 421, Finished Body, Nickel Plated all over. 


2 25 ) 

2 60 

3 35 

4 55 

6 10 

9 35 


Keys for Lock Shield Valves each net 12 cents. 

When ordering Radiator Valves, always designate Threads, Style and Finish; also ifwanted with Wood 
Wheel, T Handle or Lock Shield. Unless otherwise specified, valves will be sent with Wood Wheels. 



































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Fig. 422. With Union. 


PRICE LIST. 

Wood Wheel, T Handle or Lock Shield. 



K 

% 

1 

IK 

IK 

2 

Fig. 422 Rough Body, with Union.each 

2 05 

2 45 

3 25 

4 50 

6 50 

10 00 


Fig. 422, Rough Body, Nickel Plated Trimmings with Union.each 

2 30 

2 / 5 

3 50 

4 85 

6 90 

10 50 

Fig. 422, Rough Body, Nickel Plated all over, with Union.each 

2 40 

2 85 

3 65 

5 05 

7 10 

10 85 

Fig. 422, Finished Body, Nickel Plated all over, with Union...each 

2 90 

3 40 

4 30 

5 80 

8 10 

12 35 


Keys for Lock Shield Valves each net 12 cents. 

When ordering Radiator Valves, always designate Threads, Style and Finish; also if 
wanted with Wood Wheel, T Handle or Lock Shield. Unless otherwise specified, 
valves will be sent with Wood Wheels. 


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SIZE. 


Ya 

3 A 


H 

1 

1 Ya 

1 % 

2 

254 

3 

Brass, Globa or Angle. 

.each 

1 10 

1 25 

1 60 

2 20 

2 80 

4 00 

5 50 

8 00 

15 75 

22 00 

Iron Bodv. Globe or Anode.... 

.each 









11 00 

16 00 

* 9 









Jenkins Discs, net. 


04 

05 

06 

07 

08 

“1 

16 

24 

32 

40 

SIZE. 




.inches | 

54 

H 

1 

1 Ya 

1 54 

2 

Fig. 424, Rough Body, Finished Trimmings.. 



each 

2 00 

2 50 

3 20 

4 50 

6 25 

10 50 

Fig. 424, Finished all over.... 





each 

2 50 

3 00 

3 75 

5 25 

7 25 

11 75 

Fig. 424, Rough Body, Plated Trimmings 




each 

2 25 

2 70 

3 50 

4 75 

6 50 

10 75 

Fig. 424, Rough Body, Plated all over. 




each 

2 50 

2 85 

3 65 

4 90 

6 75 

11 00 

Fig. 424, Finished and Plated all over. 




each 

2 85 

3 10 

4 00 

5 40 

7 75 

12 25 


Keys for Lock Shield Valves each net 12 cents. 

These valves are provided with genuine Jenkins Discs, which when worn can be renewed. 

Radiator Valves are furnished with either Wood Wheel, T Handle or Lock Shield at same price ; when 
ordering- please designate, also Style, Finish and Threads wanted (whether Right or Left Hand). 
Unless otherwise specified, valves will be sent with Wood Wheels. 


LUNKENHEIMER’S 

Jenkins Disc Globe, Angle and Radiator Valves. 


Fig. 423. Jenkins Disc Globe Valve. 


Fig. 424. Jenkins Disc Radiator Valve. 

Female Ends. 

PRICE LIST. 


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Fig. 423, Rough Body, Finished Trimmings.each 


2 10 


2 60 


3 30 


4 60 


6 35 


10 60 


Fig. 423, Finished all over.each 


Fig. 423, Rough Body, Plated Trimmings.each 


2 60 


2 35 


3 10 


2 80 


4 85 


7 &5 
6 60 


11 85 


10 85 


Fig. 425, Rough Body, Plated all over.each 


2 60 


2 95 


3 75 


5 00 


6 85 


11 10 


Fig. 425, Finished and Plated all over.each 


2 95 


3 20 


4 10 


5 50 


7 85 


12 35 


Fig. 426, Rough Body, Fin. Trim’gs, with Union..each 


2 75 


3 50 


4 30 


5 85 


12 60 


Fig. 426, Finished all over, with Union.each 


Fig. 425, Rough Body, Pl’td Trim’gs, with Union..each 


3 20 


3 00 


4 00 


3 75 


4 80 


4 65 


6 40 


6 25 


8 00 


13 85 


12 85 


Fig. 426, Rough Bod}', Plated all over, with Union.each 


3 80 


4 75 


6 40 


8 10 


13 10 


Fig. 425, Finished and Tinted all over, with Union.each 


4 25 


5 25 


7 00 


9 25 


14 35 


Keys for Bock Shield Valves each net 12 cents. 

These Valves are provided with Genuine Jenkins Discs, which when worn can be renewed. 

For pnee of extra discs see page 24. 

When ordering Radiator Valves, always designate Threads, Style and Finish; also if wanted with Wood 
Wheel, T Handle or Lock Shield. Unless otherwise specified, valves will be sent with Wood Wheels. 


LUNKENHEIMER’S 

Jenkins Disc Radiator Valves. 


Fig. 425. Jenkins Disc Radiator Valve. Fig. 426. Jenkins Disc Radiator Valve. 
Male and Female Ends. With Union. 

PRICE LIST. 

Wood Wheel, T Handle or Lock Shield. 


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“Old Style” Gate Valve. 


ALL BRASS. 



Fig. 427. Brass Gate Valve. Sectional. 


'JpHESE Valves are made from the best steam metal; the discs have a ball 
and socket bearing between them, thus insuring a perfect seating of 
discs. For certain purposes, where pressure does not exceed 75 pounds, we 
recommend our “ Handy” Gate Valve, Page 28. 


PRICE LIST. 

SIZE.inches % H l A K 1 2 2% 3 

Brass, Screw Ends.each 1 00 1 00 1 20 1 75 2 50 3 50 5 00 7 50 14 00 19 50 


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“Old Style” Gate Valves. 

IRON BODY—DOUBLE WEDGE. 




Fig. 428. Iron Body. 
Screwed Ends. 


Fig. 429. Quick Opening. 



PRICE LIST. 


SIZE.inches 

1 

IK 

1 % 

2 

2K 

3 

3 K 

4 

4K 

5 

6 

Iron Body, Screwed or 

Flanged Ends.each 




10 00 

12 00 

16 00 

18 00 

20 00 

23 00 

2600 

3000 

Quick Opening, Brass 

Screwed Ends.each 

4 00 

6 00 

7 00 

10 00 

19 00 














Quick Opening, Iron Body, 

Screwed or Flanged Ends.each 




12 00 

16 00 

20 00 

22 00 

26 00 

28 00 

3000 

36 00 

Diameter of Flanges on 

Iron Body Valves.inches. 




6 

7 

7K 

8K 

9 

9K 

10 

11 


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“Handy” Gate Valve. 


PATENTED. 



Fig. 430. 



Sectional. 


Interior Showing Movement of Discs. 



'pHE “HANDY” is designed for Low Pressure Steam, Water, Gas, Oils, 
etc., for use in Oil Refineries, Breweries, Tanneries, Pulp and Chemical 
Fibre Mills, Soap, Varnish, and White Lead Works, Creameries, Canning 
and Packing Establishments; also on Low Pressure Steam, Hot Water 
Heating and Fire Extinguishing Apparatus, Laundry and Wool Washing 
Machinery, Railroad Water Stations, etc., and wherever a Lever Valve is 
wanted for pressures not above 75 pounds. 


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“Handy” Gate Valve. 


DESCRIPTION. 


^pHE discs are secured to the operating stem and adapted to close against 

tapering seats in the valve shell, and being provided with ball and socket 
bearings at their back, are evenly wedged against their seats when valve is 
closed by the lever. The discs make a tight joint, will not jar open, are 
under perfect control of the detachable lever and will remain intact at any 
desired opening. 

The stem is provided with a tapering flange upon which bears a non¬ 
rotating friction washer. Upon this washer, and bearing down on the flange 
of stem, the packing is compressed in the usual way by the packing nut. 
Any necessary friction can be brought to bear on the flanged stem, making 
the valve work easy or hard; thus the discs will not change position when set 
at a certain degree of opening. The “Handy” when open presents a full 
and unobstructed passage, is simple, light in weight, compact, practical in 
operation, low in price and for many purposes better adapted than gate-valves 
with wheel handle. The “Handy” can be operated by a rod or rope from a 
distance. 

We make a special, heavy steam valve of this kind, intended for higher 
pressures, which makes the ideal Throttle for Traction Engines. This pat¬ 
tern we call our Lever Throttle Valve, see Page 30. 


PRICE LIST. 

Screwed Ends Only, not made with Flange Ends. 


SIZE ...inches 


X 

1 

1 X 

1 % 

2 

2 X 

3 

Z'A 

4 

■iV2 

5 

6 

8 

Brass Body.each 

1 60 

1 80 

2 60 

3 60 

6 00 

7 60 

13 60 

1900 


60 00 





Iran Body, Brass 
TrinTgs.each 






9 00 

0 

0 

11600 

1800 

2100 

26 00 

30 00 

36 00 

66 00 

All Iron.each 



4 00 

4 50 

0 00 

9 00 

12 00 

15 00 

18 00 

21 00 

25 00 

30 00 

35 00 

65 00 


The “Handy” is also made in Acid Metal at special discount off Brass 
List; also furnished threaded for casing pipe, or with English Standard Pipe 
Threads. 


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Lever Throttle Valve 

SPECIAL HEAVY PATTERN FOR STEAM. 


Sectional. 


DESCRIPTION 


A— Valve Shell. 

B B —Disks with Ball Joint. 

C C —Oscillating Carrier. 

E —Packing. 

F —Stuffiing Box. 

G— Lever. 

H —Stem for operating Carrier 


-Nut to fasten Lever. 
-Non-rotating Washer bear¬ 
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LUNKENHEIMER’S 

Lever Throttle Valve. 


DESCRIPTION. 

'"pHIS Valve is especially adapted as a “Throttle” for Traction Engines, 
Saw Mills, etc., and wherever a compact, simple, durable and reliable 
Quick-Opening Valve is wanted. It may be operated by the handle or rod at¬ 
tachment, and is so balanced that it can be set at any desired opening. It is 
constructed of few parts, and therefore will not get out of order. The discs 
being loose and provided with ball and socket bearings, wear evenly and 
make a tight joint. All Valves are thoroughly tested before leaving the 
factory. 

They are in practical use by the Leading Traction Engine Builders 
throughout the United States. 


PRICE LIST. 

BRASS. 

Screw Ends Only, not made with Flange Ends. 


SIZE.inches 

X 

1 


1 X 

2 

2* 

BRASS BODY.each 

3 00 

4 00 

6 00 

7 00 

10 00 

19 00 


IRON. 

Brass Mounted. 


SIZE. 

.inches 

2'/ 2 

3 

3 X 

4 

5 

6 

IRON BODY, Brass Mounted. 

.each 

16 00 

20 00 

26 00 

30 00 

36 00 

40 00 


All Valves are provided with Gun Metal Disc Carriers (C). 


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LUNKENHEIMER’S 

Pop Safety Valves. 

FOR STATIONARY, PORTABLE AND MARINE STEAM BOILERS. 




Sectional. 


Fig. 433. All Brass. 


L UNKENHEIMER’S POP SAFETY VALVES are warranted reliable, accurate and 
f of superior quality. The best of materials are used throughout and the utmost 
care taken in their construction. They have full relieving capacity and are very sensi¬ 
tive. Special attention is called to the superiority and large size of springs used, 
making them very durable. 

All valves are provided with a lock-key attachment, to guard against being tamp¬ 
ered with, and are carefully tested. 

They have been approved and allowed by the Board of Supervising Inspectors of 
Steam Vessels for marine use. 

Full directions are sent with every valve. 

These valves are also made with “ side outlet ” for pipe connection to carry off 
steam, similar to Iron Body Valve, Page 34; for prices see List on Page 33. 


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Pop Safety Valves. 

FOR STATIONARY, PORTABLE AND MARINE STEAM BOILERS. 


DIRECTIONS. 

To Take Valve Apart: Use the key to unscrew lock-screw J, take off the top L, 
and relieve the load on spring by unscrewing the set-screw G. Then take off lever C, 
and unscrew the casing. 

To SET Valve at a Higher Pressure : Screw set-screw G down; at a lower 
pressure, screw set-screw up. 

To REGULATE Pop : The pop or action of the escaping steam is regulated by the 
threaded ring B on the disc of valve. 

If the valve pops too suddenly and reduces the pressure too much, turn ring B UP 
(further away from the valve seat), and if it does not pop enough, opening and closing 
only gradually, then turn ring B DOWN (nearer to the valve-seat). When the desired 
adjustment is obtained, secure the ring by inserting the pin E; whenever set-screw G 
is changed, the pop regulating ring B must in most cases also be changed to suit. 

TO insure proper working, pop safety valves should be attached imme¬ 
diately upon the boiler, or as close to same as possible ; otherwise the 

CONNECTING PIPE SHOULD BE AT LEAST ONE SIZE LARGER IN DIAMETER THAN THE 
SIZE OF THE POP VALVE. 


PRICE LIST. 


SIZE PIPE. 


H 

% 

H 

1 

1 Vx 

1 % 

2 

2/4 

3 

Brass, Top Outlet. 

.each 

6 60 

6 00 

6 60 

7 60 

9 00 

11 60 

18 00 

28 00 

38 00 

Brass, Side Outlet. 


5 50 

6 00 

6 50 

7 50 

9 00 

11 50 

18 00 

28 00 

38 00 

Capacity for Boilers. 


3 

5 

8 

10 

15 

20 

30 

60-75 

75-100 


LOW-PRESSURE POP SAFETY VALVES, ALSO SPECIAL RELIEF VALVES MADE TO 
ORDER. IN ORDERING POP SAFETY VALVES ALWAYS STATE AT WHAT PRESSURE THE 
VALVE IS TO BLOW OFF. UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED, POP SAFETY VALVES WILL 
BE SENT SET AT 100 POUNDS. 


Extra Charge for Pressures above and including 130 pounds. 


1 inch to 2 inch..130-150 lbs. 50 cents each net extra. 

1 “ 2 “ .150-200 lbs. 75 “ “ “ 

2 % inch and 3 inch.130 150 lbs. 75 “ “ “ “ 

2J4 “ “ 3 “ .150 lbs. and above 75 “ “ “ “ 


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LUNKENHEIMER’S 

Pop Safety Valves. 

FOR STATIONARY AND MARINE STEAM BOILERS. 



Fig. 434. Iron Body, Angle Outlet. 
Screwed Ends. 


APPROVED AND ALLOWED BY BOARD OF SUPERVISING INSPECTORS OF 
STEAM VESSELS FOR MARINE USE. 

For description and how to regulate this Valve, see instructions pages 32 and 33. 

Where larger sized valves are desired, we recommend the use of two of either of 
above size, set within a few pounds of each other. The result of this arrangement will 
have a tendency to relieve the boiler gradually, thereby preventing any strain on same. 


PRICE LIST. 


SIZE. 


2H 

3 

Iran Angle Outlet, Screw or Flange Ends.... 


32 00 

40 00 

Capacity for Boilers. 

. .Horse-Powers 

60-75 

75-100 

Water 

Relief Valves made to order. 




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size.. 


..inches 


Iron Body Globe and Angle Valves, without Yoke, Screw Ends.each 


3 60 


6 00 


7 60 


10 60 


Iron Body Globe and Angle Valves, without Yoke, Flange Ends.each 


6 00 


6 76 


9 60 


13 60 


SIZE.inches 

2 J4 

3 

3 % 

4 

4J4 

5 

6 

8 

Iron Body Globe and Angle Valves with Yoke, Screw Ends.each 

10 60 

14 60 

18 00 

21 00 

28 00 

32 00 

44 00 

86 00 

Iron Body Globe and Angle Valves with Yoke, Flange Ends.each 

12 60 

17 60 

21 60 

25 00 

32 00 

36 00 

49 00 

91 00 

Diameter of Flanges on Flange Ends.inches 

7 


8J4 

9 

9* 

10 

n 

13J4 


Iron Body Check Valves. 


SIZE.inches 

2 

2 % 

3 

3 % 

4 

4/4 

5 

6 

Iron Body Horz. and Angle Check Valves, Screw Ends..each 

3 76 

6 26 

9 75 

12 76 

16 00 

20 00 

24 00 

33 00 

Iron Body Horz. and Angle Check Valves, Flange Ends..each 

5 50 

6 

8 25 

12 76 

16 25 

19 00 

24 00 

28 00 

38 00 

Diameter of Flanges.inches 

7 


8/4 

9 

9K 

10 

11 


LUNKENHEIMER’S 

Iron Body Globe, Angle and Check Valves. 

CRASS MOUNTED—EXTRA QUALITY. 

SCREW OR FLANGE ENDS. 


Fig. 435. Iron Body Globe, without Yoke. 
Screwed. 


PRICE LIST. 


Fig. 436. Iron Body, with Yoke. 

Screwed. 


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Iron Body Check and Cross Safety Valve 

SCREWED OR FLANGED ENDS. 


Fig. 438. Iron Body Cross Safety Valve. 


PRICE LIST. 

Complete with Weight. 


Brass Cross Safety Valves, with Weights, 


SIZE. 


H 

% 

3 A 

1 

V4 

VA 

2 

Brass Safety Valves, Screw Ends. 

.each 

2 25 

2 75 

3 50 

5 00 

7 00 

8 50 

12 00 

Ball Weights for above. 

.lbs. 


3 

5 

8 

10 

15 

20 


SIZE ..inches 

1 

IK 

1 A 

2 

2 K 

3 

3H 

4 

4K 

5 

6 

Iron Body Cross Safety Valves, 

Screw Ends.each 

3 50 

6 00 

6 00 

8 00 

13 00 

18 00 

24 00 

30 00 

36 00 

44 00 

60 00 

Iron Body Cross Safety Valves. 

Flange Ends.each 




10 60 

16 00 

22 60 

29 25 

36 00 

42 00 

50 00 

67 60 

Diameter of Flanges.inches 




6 

7 


S'A 

9 

9K 

10 

11 

Ball Weights for above.lbs. 

8 

10 

15 

20 

30 

40 

50 

70 

85 

100 

140 





















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LUNKENHEIMER’S 

“Indicator” Cock. 

FOR ENGINE CYLINDERS. 



Fig. 439. Complete with Relief and Corner Valves. 


PRICE FIST. 


Size of Relief Valves. 


K 1 

U 

1 

IK 

IK 

2 

INDICATOR COCKS. BRASS. 

.each 

10 00 






7 






INDICATOR COCKS. NICKEL PLATED 

par.h 

12 00 






7 






Complete, Brass. 

32 00 

34 00 

37 00 

40 00 

45 00 

60 00 



36 00 

38 00 

42 00 

46 00 

53 00 

70 00 



21 00 













24 00 












Relief Val’s with Angle Val’s only (no Ind. Cock), Brass..per pair 

16 00 

18 00 

21 00 

24 00 

28 00 

40 00 

Relief Val’s with Angle Val’sonly (no Ind. Cock), Nk. PI..per pair 

18 00 

20 00 

23 50 

27 00 

32 00 

45 00 

Extra Relief Valves, Brass. 


4 50 

5 00 

6 00 

7 25 

9 00 

13 00 

Extra Relief Valves, Nickel Plated. 

.each 

5 25 

5 75 

7 00 

8 50 

10 50 

15 00 


All Indicator Cocks are provided with Expansion Union at one end. 
Relief Valves also furnished with angle outlet for pipe connection 
without extra charge. 


In ordering complete Indicator Cocks, always give exact distance from 
center to center of holes in cylinder. 


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LUNKENHEIMER’S 

Automatic Cylinder Cock. 

FOR SLIDE VALVE ENGINES AND PUMPS. 



No. 440. Sectional view of Cylinder Cock. 


T UNKENHEIMER’S CYLINDER COCK automatically removes the 
condensation from cylinders of slide valve Engines and Pumps with¬ 
out loss of steam and is fully warranted to give satisfaction. It consists of 
two simple winged check valves B B, which close alternately against seats 
A A, with a lever E F, which can be turned to hold both valves open; union 
joints G to connect with the drip pipe from both ends of cylinder, and H to 
lead the drip away, all arranged in a compact, convenient form. 

When steam is admitted to one end of the cylinder, the valve B for that 
end closes under pressure, and forces open by means of stem C the valve for 
the other end (holding it open for the whole stroke of piston), and allowing the 
water of condensation to flow out into the drain pipe . 1 This action is reversed 
when steam enters the other end of cylinder, and so on, alternately, always 
leaving the exhaust end of the cylinder open for the escape of water. 


If desired, both Valves can be held open by turning Lever F. 

PRICE LIST. 


SIZE..inches 

X 

K 

X 

X 

X 

1 

IK 

IK 

Adapted to 
Cylinder. 

Up to 6 in. 
diameter. 

From 6 to 
10 inches. 

From 10 to 
14 inches. 

From 14 to 
20 inches. 

From 20 to 
80 inches. 

From 30 
in. upward 



Price.each 

4 00 

7 20 

9 00 

12 00 

18 00 

28 00 

40 00 

56 00 


Directions furnished with each Cock. 


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LUNKENHEIMER’S 

Automatic Cylinder Cock, 

FOR SLIDE VALVE ENGINES AND PUMPS. 



CYLINDER COCK AS APPLIED TO CYLINDER OF AN ENGINE. 


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LUNKENHEIMER’S 


Improved Brass Steam Whistles. 



PATENTED. 



Fig. 441. All Brass, 

with Adjustable Lever. 


Fig. 442. All Brass, 

without Valve. 



'T'fflS Whistle will be found a decided improvement over the old style with central 
stem, owing to several practical advantages, its simplicity and neat appearance. 
The hell is dome-shaped at its upper end, and at its lower securely supported by a 
three-armed spider, the stem of which is adjustably screwed into the whistle base and 
fastened by a jam-nut (C). Owing to this construction the lower edge of the bell is 
always exactly in line with the slot in the base through which the steam escapes, therefore 
insuring best results and a perfectly clear and loud tone. The bell is raised or lowered 
to suit steam pressure by screwing it up or down, and when properly set is fastened by 
jam-nut (C). All our whistles are made of best material and fully warranted. 


PRICE LIST. 


Diameter of Bells.inches 

1 

ix 

l X 

2 

2% 

3 


4 

5 

6 

8 

10 

Size of Pipe Conn.inches 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

1 

IX 

IX 

IX 

2 

2% 

Brass Whistles, with Adjustable 
Lever .each 

3 60 

3 75 

4 00 

4 75 

6 60 

8 00 

11 00 

14 00 

22 00 

30 00 

80 00 

175 00 

Brass Whistles, 
without Valve.each 

1 TO 

2 00 

2 50 

3 25 

4 50 

6 00 

8 50 

11 00 

18 00 

22 00 

24 00 

65 00 

125 00 

Brass Whistles, without 
Valve, Long Bell.each 






7 50 

10 25 

13 50 

31 00 

80 00 

145 00 


Bells on Long Bell Whistles are about three times the diameter. 


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LUNKENHEIMER’S IMPROVED 

Iron Base Steam Whistles and Whistle Valves. 



Fig. 443. Iron Base, 
Without Valve. 


PATENTED. 



Fig. 444. Whistle Valve, 

With Adjustable I<ever. 
For description of Whistles see page 40. 


PRICE USX. 


Diameter of Bells.inches 

3 

3X 

4 

5 

6 

8 

10 

Size of Pipe Connection.inches 

X 

1 

IX 

IX 

IX 

2 

2X 

Iron Base Whistles, without Vaives.each 

5 60 

7 26 

10 00 

16 00 

23 00 

55 00 

100 00 

Iron Base Whistles, Iyong Bell,without Valve.ea 

7 00 

900 

12 50 

20 00 

30 00 

70 00 

120 00 

All Iron Whistles, exXongBell.with’t Valve.ea 






50 00 

75 00 







WHISTLE VALVES. 


SIZE. 


X 

X 

X 

1 


IX 

2 

2X 

3 

Brass. 


2 00 

2 25 

2 75 

3 25 

4 00 

6 60 

9 60 

20 00 

3000 


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LUNKENHEIMER’S 

Mocking-Bird Whistle. 


PATENTED. 



Fig. 445. All Brass, with Valve. 


A SIMPLE and practical variable sound Steam Whistle. Especially adapted for Traction Engines, 
Locomotives, Steamboats, Factory and Mill use. An excellent fire alarm. Attached like any 
ordinary whistle. The bell is provided with a piston, which is pulled downward by a chain 
running between pulleys, and, when not in use, is always at the top, being drawn upward by means of 
a spring. TO CHANGE THE SOUND, PULL THE CHAIN. 

The dome shaped bell is securely supported at its base by a three armed prong, the stem of which 
is adjustably screwed into the whistle base, and fastened by jam-nut (E). 

Owing to this construction, the lower edge of the bell is always exactly in line with the slot in the 
base through which the steam escapes, thereby insuring best results and a perfect, clear and loud tone 
The bell must be raised or lowered to suit the steam pressure by screwing same up or down, and when 
properly set fastened by jam-nut (E). Made of the best materials and fully warranted. 


PRICE LIST. 


Diameter of Bells. 


2 

2 % 

3 

35 4 

4 

5 

6 

Size of Pipe Connection. 


% 

X 

X 

1 

1% 

l'A 

l'A 

All Brass, with Valve. 

.each 

8 00 

10 60 

14 00 

20 00 

28 00 

40 00 

66 00 

All Brass, without Valve. 


7 00 

9 00 

12 00 

17 50 

25 00 

37 00 

50 00 

Iron Base, without Valve. 

.each 



11 50 

16 50 

23 00 

34 00 

46 00 


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LUNKENHEIMER’S 

Improved Combination or Fire Alarm Whistle. 


PATENTED. 



Fig. 446. Complete, with Valve. 


T HIS Whistle is designed to answer both the purposes of an ordinary whistle as well as that of a 
Fire Alarm. It is provided with a piston that can be moved up or down within the bell or tube, 
thus changing the interior length of same and consequently, also the sound of the whistle. When 
the piston is not operated the whistle gives but one sound, like any ordinary whistle, but when pulled 
up and down, a howling, penetrating noise is produced. When placed above the roof of a building an 
extension rod should be coupled to the piston stem and a rope or wire to the whistle valve lever. The 
bell is dome-shaped at its upper end and at its lower securely supported by a three-armed spider, the 
stem of which is adjustably screwed into the whistle base and fastened by a jam-nut (E). Owing to 
this construction the lower edge of the bell is always exactly in line with the slot in the base through 
which the steam escapes, therefore insuring best results and a perfect, clear and loud tone. The bell 
is raised or lowered to suit steam pressure by screwing it up or down, and when properly set, is 
fastened by jam-nut (E). All our whistles are made of best material and fully warranted. 

PRICE LIST. 


Diameter of Bells. 



3 % 


8 

Size Pipe Connection. 


X 

1 

I'A 

2 

Price, with Whistle Valve complete. 


15 00 

20 00 

23 00 

55 00 


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LUNKENHEIMER’S 

Patent Single Bell Chime Whistle. 



Fig. 447. All Brass, with Fig. 448. All Brass, Fig. 449. Locomotive style, 

Adjustable Lever. without Valve. with Upright Valve. 

O UR new style Single Bell Chime Whistle as seen in the illustrations above is unique and handsome 
in appearance, and produces harmoniously three distinct tones which blend ana form a beautiful 
musical chord. The sounds given forth from our style of Chime Whistle, while beingmore acute 
and piercing than the common whistle, have not the harsh and disagreeable qualities of the latter and 
can be heard at a greater distance. Another advantage of this style of construction is that the bell 
may be raised or lowered to suit varying steam pressures, a feature that is found only on whistles of 
our manufacture. 

TO ADJUST THE BELL Loosen jam-nut (C) and screw the bell up or down, until the whistle 
blows best, then fasten the jam-nut. 


PRICE LIST. 


Diameter of Bells.inches 

2 

2% 

3 

3X 

4 

5 

6 

8 

10 

Size of Pipe Connect’n .inches 

X 

X 

X 

1 

ix 

IX 

IX 

2 

2X 

All Brass, with Adjust. Lever.each 

10 00 

13 00 

16 00 

22 00 

28 00 

44 00 

60 00 

146 00 

236 00 

All Brass, without Valve..each 

8 50 

10 50 

13 50 

18 50 

24 00 

37 00 

49 00 

120 00 

188 00 

Iron Base,without Valve..each 



12 00 

16 50 

22 00 

33 00 

45 00 

108 00 

155 00 

All Brass, Locom. style...each 





27 50 

43 00 

59 00 










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LUNKENHEIMER’S 

Improved Three-Whistle Chime. 


PATENTED. 



Fig. 450. Three-Whistle Chime. 


For Description of Whistles used on our Chimes, see Page 40. 

PRICE LIST. 

three-whistle chimes, correctly tuned. 


No. 1. 

Composed of one each \y Zy 2 and 2 % inch Whistles. 22 00 

Size Pipe Connection, 1 inch. 

No. 2. 

Composed of one each 3^, 4 and 5 inch Whistles. 40 00 

Size Pipe Connection, 1 y z inch. 

No. 3. 

Composed of one each 5, 6 and 8 inch Whistles. 10£- 00 

Size Pipe Connection, 3 inch. 


NOTICE. —Whistle Valves for above are extra and Chimes will be sent complete 
with Valve, unless otherwise ordered. 

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LUNKENHEIMER’S 

Low Water Alarm for Steam Boilers. 



Fig. 451. Low Water Alarm Applied to a Boiler. 

QUR Fusible Low Water AlaEm is simple, practical and inexpensive and so easily 
attached that no Steam Boiler should be without one. It is an attachment as im¬ 
portant and necessary to a Steam Boiler as a Steam Gauge or Safety Valve, and is really 
more reliable as it cannot get out of order. This alarm has no floats or complicated 
whistle blowing arrangements, but is simply a tube with one end reaching down to the 
low water line while the other has a valve and fusible plug attached. 

The operation is thus: When the water in boiler drops down below the end of the 
tube it drains the water out of the tube and permits steam to enter, which melts the 
fusible metal and with a loud report the steam hisses through the pipe and thus gives 
notice of the approaching danger. The valve is then shut off, a new fusible disc 
attached, the valve opened and the alarm is again ready. Each alarm is supplied with 
several fusible discs and extra ones can be supplied at a small cost. Our Low Water 
Alarms are fully warranted to give satisfaction. 

PRICE LIST. 

LOW WATER alarm COMPLETE WITH 3 EXTRA FUSIBLE DISCS.EACH, 7 00 

EXTRA FUSIBLE DISCS.PER DOZEN, 3 25 


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LUNKENHEIMER’S 

Gas Service and Meter Cocks. 

FLAT OR SQUARE HEADS. 



Fig. 453. Meter Cock. 


PRICE LIST. 


SIZE.inches 

X 

H 

X 

% 

1 

IK ] 

v/ 2 

2 


3 


Service Cocks.each 

55 

65 

75 

1 00 

1 40 

2 20 

3 00 

5 00 

10 00 

15 00 


T Handle. . .each 

55 

65 

75 

1 00 

1 40 












X Handle, with Check Pin . each 

65 

75 

85 

1 10 

1 55 












Meter Cocks.each 



85 

1 20 

t 70 

2 60 

3 60 

6 75 









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LUNKENHEIMER’S 

Steam Stop Cocks and Brass Unions 

STEAM METAL—SUPERIOR QUALITY 


Fig, 45f5. Steam Stop 

Cock, Flat Head. 


Fig. 454. Steam Stop Cock. Fig. 455. Flanged End Steam 

Square Head. Stop Cock, Square Head. 

PRICE LIST. 


.inches 


Male and Fern. Med.ea 


T Handle 


.each 


Diam. of Flanges 
Flange Ends..inches 


Length Face to Face, 
Flange Ends..inches 


Mai. Iron Levers..each 


Ill ordering specify whether Flat or Square Heads are wanted. 


Fig. 457. Rough, Heavy Government 

Union, Ground Joint. 


8. Finished Union, 

Ground Joint. 


SIZE.inches 

y* 

H 

54 

Ya 

1 


154 

2 

254 

3 

Brass Unions, Ground Joint, Finished.ea 

40 

55 

75 

1 00 

1 40 

1 90 

2 75 

4 00 

6 00 

8 50 

Brass Unions, Ground Joint, 











Government, Rough.each 

40 

55 

75 

1 00 

1 40 

1 90 

2 75 

4 00 

G 00 

850 
































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LUNKENHEIMER’S 


Water Gauges. 



Fig. 459. Two-Rod. Fig. 460. Three-Rod, 

with Regrinding Valves. 


PRICE UST. 


Two-Rod Part Finished, Bronzed Body, y Glass, y inch Pipe.each 3 00 

Two-Rod Part Finished, Bronzed Body, y Glass, y inch Pipe.each G 00 

Two-Rod All Finished, y Glass, % inch Pipe.each 3 75 

Two-Rod All Finished, y Glass, % inch Pipe.:.each 8 00 

Three-Rod Part Finished, Bronzed Body, y Glass, y inch Pipe.each 3 

Three-Rod Tart Finished, Bronzed Body, y Glass, y inch Pipe.each 4 

Three-Rod All Finished, y & Glass, y inch Pipe.each 5 

Three-Rod Part Finished, Bronzed Body, y Glass, y inch Pipe.each 8 

Three-Rod All Finished, y Glass, y inch Pipe.each 9 

Four-Rod Part Finished, Bronzed Body, y Glass, y inch Pipe.each 8 

Four-Rod All Finished, y Glass, y inch Pipe.each 10 


All our Water Gauges have a plug in top for replacing, glass tube. 


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Combination Water Column. 



Fig. 461. Combination Water Column, with Steam Gauge. 


PRICE LIST. 

No. 1—Combination, Iron Column, V/ 2 inches in diameter, 13J4 inches long, Boiler Connection® 11 
inches between centers, furnished with one 2-Rod, Part Finished Gauge, Vsx\f}i inch Glass 
three % inch soft Seat Compression Gauge Cocks and two % inch Brass Unions ior Boiler Con¬ 
nections (without Steam Gauge).each, 13 00 

No. 2—Combination, Iron Column, 3 inches in diameter, 16 inches long, Boiler Connections 12H 
inches between centers, furnished with one 3-Rod, Part Finished Gauge, inch Glass, 

three |4 inch Soft Seat Compression Gauge Cocks and two % inch Brass Unions for Boiler 

Connections (without Steam Gauge).each, 15 00 

No. 3—Combination, Iron Column, 4 inches in diameter, lOinches long, tapped for 1 inch Pipe Top 
and Bottom, furnished with one 2-Rod, Part Finished Gauge, %xl'2}4 inch Glass, three ^4 inch 
Regrinding Compression Gauge Cocks (without Steam Gauge).each, 19 00 


We also furnish No. 2 tapped at both ends for 1 inch Pipe, when specially ordered, 
without extra charge. 

All our Water Gauges have a Plug in top for replacing Glass Tube. 

NOTICE—Steam Gauges for Combination Gauges extra. 


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LUNKENHEIMER’S 

Steam Gauges, Fusible Plugs, Syphons and 
Scotch Glass Tubes. 



Fig. 464. Syphon. 


Impr. Single Spring Bourdon Steam Gauges. 

PRICE LIST (Including Cock). 


SIZE. 

Iron Case, 
Brass R’g. 

Iron Case, 
N. P. Ring. 

Brass 

Case. 

N. P. 

Case. 

12 in. Dial.. 

$50 00 

$51 50 

$75 00 

$79 00 

10 “ 

32 00 

33 00 

40 00 

43 00 

“ 

22 00 

22 75 

30 00 

32 50 

6 % “ 

16 00 

16 60 

20 00 

2 1 00 

6 “ 

13 00 

13 50 

16 00 

17 50 

&X “ 

10 00 

10 25 

12 00 

13 25 

5 “ 

8 00 

8 20 

11 00 

12 00 

4 # “ 

8 00 

8 20 

10 00 

11 O') 

3X “ 

7 00 

7 18 

9 00 

9 75 

3 “ 

6 00 

6 15 

8 00 

8 60 


Fusible Plugs and Syphons. 

PRICE LIST. 


SIZE.inch 

X 

X 

X 

1 

1* 

IX 

2 

Fusible Plugs...each 


60 

75 

1 00 

1 50 

2 00 

3 00 

Steam Gauge 
Syphons.each 

50 
















Fig. 46o. Scotch Glass Tube. 
PRICE LIST. 


Glass Tubes ,% or H in. 
Diam., Length...inch 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

22 

24 

Price.per doz. 

4 80 

4 80 

640 

6 40 

6 00 

6 60 

7 20 

7 80 

8 40 

9 00 

9 60 

10 80 

12 00 

Glass Tubes, ^ in. 
Diam., Length...inch 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

22 

24 

Price.per doz. 

6 60 

6 60 

6 60 

6 60 

7 20 

7 20 

7 80 

840 

9 00 

9 60 

10 20 

11 40 

12 60 


Prices on Glass Tubes above 24 inches upon application. 


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LUNKENHEIMER’S 

Gauge Cocks. 



Fig. 466. Regrinding Gauge Cock. 



Fig. 467. Soft Metal Seat Compression 

Gauge Cock. 



Fig. 468. Fig. 469. 

Mississippi Gauge Regester Gauge 
Cock. Cock. 



PRICE EIST. 


Number . 

00 

0 

1 

2 

3 

4 


Size Blank Shank.inches 

X 

x 

X 

1 

Va 

1 

Cut for Pipe Thread.inches 

V\ 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

Fig. 466, Regrlnding Gauge Cock.each 


1 06 

1 30 

1 80 







Fig. 467, Soft Seat Compression Gauge Cock.each 

80 

90 

1 00 

1 10 



Fig. 467, Soft Seat, with Stuffing-Box..each 

1 00 

1 10 

1 20 

1 30 



Fig. 469, Regester Gauge Cock.each 





90 

1 00 







PRICE LIST. 


Size Blank Shank... 


X 

X 

Va 

1 



Cut for Pipe Thread. 


X 

X 

X 

X 

Fig. 468, Price, Mississippi. 

.each 

75 

1 00~ 

1 25 

1 60 


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Cylinder and Steam Gauge Cocks. 



Fig. 470. Cylinder Cock, T. H. 



Fig. 472. Cylinder Cock. 


with Union, E. H. 



F'ig. 474. Steam Gauge Cock, 

Female Ends. 



Fig. 471. Cylinder Cock, 


Short Shank, E. H. 



Fig. 473. Cylinder Cock 

for Traction Engine. 



Fig. 475. Steam Gauge Cock 
Male and Female Ends. 


PRICE LIST. 


Number . . 

1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

Size of Blank Shank. 


H 

Y 2 

H 

% 

% 

1 

Size of Shank Pipe Thread. 


Vs 

x 

H 

% 

% 

X 

Fig. 470. T. H. Cylinder Cock. 

.each 

75 

85 

95 

1 25 

1 75 

2 25 

Fig. 470. With Kxtra Eong Shank. 

.each 

so 

1 00 

1 25 

1 35 

2 00 

2 50 

Fig. 471. L. H. Cylinder Cock. 

. each 

90 

1 00 

1 10 

1 50 

2 00 

2 50 

Fig. 471. With FJxtra Long Shank . 

. each 

1 00 

1 15 

1 35 

1 65 

2 25 

2 75 

Fig. 472. L. H. Cylinder Cock, with Union . 

.each 

1 40 

1 50 

1 60 

1 75 

2 25 

3 00 

Fig. 473. Traction Cylinder Cock . 

.each 

1 15 

1 30 

1 40 

1 85 



Fig. 473. Traction Cylinder Cock, with Union . 

. each 

1 70 

1 80 

1 95 

2 20 



Fig. 474. T. H. Steam Gauge Cock. Female Ends . 

.each 

75 

85 

95 




E. H. Steam Gauge Cocks, Female Ends. 


90 

1 00 

1 10 




Fig. 475. T. H. Steam Gauge Cock. Male and Female Ends..each | 

75 

85 

95 




E. H. Steam Gauge Cocks Male and Female Finds. 


IK) 

1 00 

1 10 




Iy. H. .Steam Gauge Cock, with Union. 


1 40 

1 50 

1 60 




Unless otherwise ordered, L. H. Cylinder Cocks will be sent with Angle, 
and T. H. with Straight Outlets. 


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LUNKENHEIMER’S 


Air Cocks. 



Fig. 476. Air Cock, T. H. and Shoulder. Fig. 477. Air Cock, Double End, T. H. 



Fig. 478. Air Cock, Bibb Nose, T. II. Fig. 470. Air Cock, Bibb Nose, L. H. 


PRICE LIST. 


Number. | 

1 

2 

3 

4 

Size of Blank: Shank. 

......inch 

H 

54 

H 

H 


Size of Shank Pipe Thread. 


Vs 

Vk 

H 

A 

Fig. 476. T. H. and Shoulder Air Cocks. 

. each 

40 

60 

.60 

80 

Fig. 477. T. H. Double End Air Cocks . 


60 

60 

70 

1 00 

Fig. 477. E. II. Double End Air Cocks. 


CO 

70 

80 

1 10 

Fig. 478. T. H. Bibb Nose Air Cocks. 


Go 

75 

90 

1 10 

Fig. 479. E. H. Bibb Nose Air Cocks. 

.each 

75 

85 

1 00 

1 20 

T. II. Bibb Nose Air Cocks, Hose Ends. 

.each 

90 

1 00 

1 25 

1 50 

E- H. Bibb Nose Air Cocks, Hose Ends. 


1 00 

1 10 

1 35 

1 75 


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Steam Bibbs. 



Fig. 480. Steam Bibb, Fig. 481. Steam Bibb, 

Screwed for Iron Pipe. with Union. 


PRICE LIST. 


Size Iron Pipe. 

....inch 

X 

H 

X 

X 

1 

IK 

IK 

2 

480. Ron e-h Steam Bibbs. 

...each 

1 00 

1 25 


2 50 

3 50 


8 00 

15 00 

o o 

Fig. 480. Finished Steam Bibbs. 

...each 

1 25 

1 60 


300 

4 60 


1000 

18 00 

Fig. 481. Rough Steam Bibbs, with Union on Nose....ea 

1 25 

1 50 

2 00 

3 00 

4 50 


10 00 

18 00 

Fig. 481. Finished Steam Bibbs, with Union on Nose... 

....each 

1 50 

1 76 

2 50 

3 60 

5 50 

700 

1200 

20 00 


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LUNKENHEIMER’S 

Improved “Senior” Sight-Feed Lubricator. 



Fig. 482. “Senior” 
DESCRIPTION. 


B —Oil Reservoir. K— Discharge Valve. 

C —Upper Valve. L —Valve for regulating flow of oil. 

E— Filling Plug. N— Indicator Glass. 

F —Drain Valve. P —Sight-feed Glass. 

H —Union to connect Condenser Valve to drain or blow out Sight- 

Pipe and Valve. Feed Glass P. 

SPECIAL FEATURES AND ADVANTAGES. 

No condensing bulb or chamber to freeze and burst. 

Filling plug on top of oil chamber. 

Plugs S to facilitate replacing and cleansing of glasses. 

Vent to blow out sight-feed glass P. 

Shanks on and yi pint sizes threaded for inch pipe instead of ^inch, consequently 
can be easily attached to small steam pipes. 

These advantages, combined with neat design, superior workmanship and finish, 
make the “ Senior” the most modern and efficient sight-feed lubricator in the market. 
Every cup is tested and warranted. 


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Directions for Connecting and Operating 
the “Senior.” 

Drill and tap Steam Pipe above the Throttle Valve to receive Oil Dis¬ 
charge Shank, and higher up for % inch pipe thread for Condenser Pipe 
and Angle Valve. 

To operate, close valves C, L and K. 

Drain the Lubricator by opening valve F. Close valve F and fill (fuel) 
with oil at E. 

After filling, open valve K slowly, and wait until Sight-Feed Glass P 
has filled with water by condensation, then open valve C and regulate the 
oil drops with valve L. 

After the first filling with oil, valve K need not be closed; as long as glass 
tube P is full of clear water it is only necessary to close valves C and L to refill. 

The bottom Sight-feed Glass fitting is provided with a Drain Valve for 
blowing out or draining Sight-feed Glass. 

Indicator Glass N shows the quantity of oil in the Oil Reservoir. 

If Indicator Glass N, or Sight-feed Glass P, break, they can be replaced 
by unscrewing Plugs S, and slipping glasses through from the top. This 
feature in construction of the Lubricator also facilitates cleansing the glasses. 

All Lubricators are neatly packed in wooden boxes with sliding lids. 


PRICE LIST. 


size. 

KPt. 

54 Pt. 

| % Pt. | 1 Pt. 

154 Pt. 

IQt. 

H Gal. 

1 Gal. 

Suitable for Engine Cylinders. 

U p to G 
inches. 

6 to 10 
inches. 

10 to 14 
inches 

14 to 18 
inches 

18 to 24 
inches 

24 to 30 
inches 

From 
30 up. 


Shanks, Threaded.pipe thread 

H 

H 

54 

54 

54 

54 

54 

54 

Finished Brass .each 

15 00 

17 00 

20 00 

22 00 

25 00 

28 00 

38 00 

60 00 

Nickel Plate:! .each 

17 00 

19 00 

22 50 

25 00 

28 50 

32 00 

43 00 

65 00 

Condenser Connections, Brass Tubing 
and Angle Valve.each 

70 

80 

1 00 

1 20 

1 40 

1 50 

1 GO 

1 70 

Condenser Connections, Brass Tubing 
and Angle Valve, Nickel Plated..each 

so 

90 

1 15 

1 40 

1 GO 

1 70 

1 80 

2 00 

Length of Cond. Pipes necessary ....inch 

18 

24 

30 

36 

42 

48 

60 

72 


Lubricators are sent without Condenser Pipes and Angle Valve, unless 
ordered otherwise. 


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LUNKENHEIMER’S 

Spray-Feed Lubricator. 

FOR STEAM CHEST. 



DESCRIPTION. 


A —Condensing Chamber. 

B— Oil Reservoir. 

C —Filling Plug. 

D—Upper Steam Valve, 
p —Drain Valve. 

K_p,ower Steam Valve. 

L_Valve for regulating flow of Oil. 


N —Indicator Glass. 

P —Sight-Feed Glass. 

R—Steam Pipe. 

S S— Plugs for cleansing and replacing 
Glass. 

T— Circulating Tube. 

X —Spray Nozzle. 


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LUNKENHEIMER’S 

“Spray-Feed” Lubricator. 

'T'HE Lunkenheimer “Spray-Feed” Lubricator is specially adapted 
for attachment to steam chest or to steam pipe between throttle and 
steam chest. It effects a large saving of oil over other Sight-Feed Lubricators. 
The “Spray-Feed” system of feeding oil consists in forcing the oil (after it 
has passed in drops up through the glass tube) into the steam pipe in the 
form of a “spray,” thus atomizing it with the steam before it reaches the 
parts to be lubricated. With this lubricator feed only two-thirds the number 
of drops as are required with ordinary cups. These cups are stamped “Spray- 
Feed,” and fully warranted. 


DIRECTIONS. 

Tap the Steam Pipe for the Oil Discharge Shank, and higher up one- 
quarter inch pipe thread for Condenser Pipe, Elbow or Angle Valve. 

Connect Condenser A with steam pipe by Condenser Pipes, Elbow or 
Angle Valve and Union H. To fill and operate, close valves L, K and D, 
drain the cup at F, and fill (fuel) with oil. Then open valves K and D 
slowey, and after sight-feed glass P has filled with water by condensation, 
regulate oil drops at L. 

Always close valves K, D and L before draining and refilling. 

Indicator Glass N shows the quantity of oil in the Oil Reservoir. 

If Indicator Glass N, or Sight-Feed Glass P, break, they can be replaced 
by unscrewing Plugs S, and slipping glasses through from the top. This 
feature in construction of the Lubricator also facilitates cleansing the glasses. 

The bottom Sight-Feed Glass fitting is provided with a Drain Valve for 
blowing out or draining Sight-Feed Glass. 

All Lubricators are neatly packed in wooden boxes with sliding lids. 


PRICE LIST. 


SIZE. 

X rt. 

54 Pt. 

XPt. 

1 Pt. 

IX Pt. 

iQt. 

Yt Gal. 

1 Gal. 

Suitable for Engine Cylinders. 

Up to6 
inches 

6 to 10 
inches 

10 to 14 
inches 

14 to 18 
inches 

18 to 24 
inches 

24 to 30 
inches 

From 
30 up. 


Shanks Threaded.pipe thread 

H 

H 

54 


54 

54 

54 

54 

Finished Brass.each 

15 00 

17 00 

20 00 

22 00 

25 00 

28 00 

38 00 

60 00 

Nickel Plated.each 

17 00 

19 00 

22 50 

25 00 

28 50 

32 00 

43 00 

65 00 

Condenser Connections, Brass Tubing 
and Angle Valve.each 

70 

80 

1 00 

1 20 

1 40 

1 50 

1 60 

1 70 

Condenser Connections, Brass Tubing 
and Angle Valve, Nickel Plated.each 

80 

00 

1 15 

1 40 

l 60 

1 70 

1 80 

2 00 

Length of Condenser Pipes necess’y..iu 

18 

24 | 30 

36 

42 

48 

60 

72 


Lubricators are sent without Condenser Pipes and Angle Valve, unless 
otherwise ordered. 


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LUNKENHEIMER’S 

Double Sight-Feed Lubricator. 

FOR COMPOUND ENGINES. 



DESCRIPTION. 

A —Oil Reservoir. 

B —Condensing Chamber. 

C— Oil Discharge Valves. 

0—Oil Regulating Valves. 

G-E —Brace-Stud and Locknut for sup¬ 
porting cup. 

H—Drain Valve. 

M—Water Valve. 

N— Filling Plug. 

0—Plugs for renewing Sight-Feed 
Glasses. 

P— Unions on discharge shanks for 
attaching. 

R— Equalizing Pipes. 

S—Union at steam connection. 

T —Oil Discharge Nozzles. 

V—Sight-Feed Glasses. 

W— Vents for blowing out Sight- 
Feed Glasses. 

X— Union Connection on Equaliz¬ 
ing Pipes. 


Fig. 484. Double Sight-Feed Lubricator. 

T HIS Lubricator, designed for Compound Engines, is fully warranted to meet the requirements, 
and special attention is called to its simplicity of construction and neat design. It is provided 
with equalizing tubes, thus variations in pressure are properly equalized, preventing “syphoning” 
of the oil. All cups have brace-stud and locknut at bottom end of oil reservoir to receive the strap or 
brace that secures the cup to its proper position on the engine ; the brace-stud can also be provided on 
the back of oil reservoir, if so desired. 

Cups arc also furnished with three or more Sight-Feeds at Special Prices. 

DIRECTIONS. 

Attach the cup securely to a brace (by means of the brace-stud and locknut) in the most suitable 
position on the engine; then connect the top live steam connection and the oil delivery discharge ends. 

TO OPERATE:- -Close valves C, D and M and fill the reservoir with oil, then open valves C and allow 
sight-feed glasses to fill with water, then open valve M and regulate the oil drops at D. Before refill¬ 
ing the next time, drain the water from cup by means of valve H). In some cases it may be necessary 
to regulate discharge valves C, to insure best working. Broken glasses are easily replaced b) T taking 
off plugs (O). 

PRICE LIST. 


size. 

1 Pint. 1 

1J4 Pint. 

1 Quart. 

y 2 Gallon. 1 

1 Gallon. 

Price, Nickel Plated. 


.% 00 

42 00 

48 00 

60 00 j 

80 00 


On all sizes the Unions on top Condenser Connection and Oil Delivery Connections have inch 

Female Pipe Thread. 


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LUNKENHEIMER’S 

Sight-Feed Lubricator, The “Joker.’’ 

FOR STEAM PUMPS, TRACTION AND SMALL ENGINES. 


DESCRIPTION. 


A —Oil Reservoir. 

B— “ Bull’s Eye” Sight-Feed. 
C— Drain Valve. 

D —Valve for Regulating 
Flow of Oil. 


E— Discharge Valve. 

F —Union to Connect Condenser 
Pipe and Valve. 

G— Filling Plug. 

K —Steam Pipe. 


^tAHE “JOKER ” SIGHT-FEED LUBRICATOR is a simple, 
X compact and durable lubricator, cast entirely in one piece, 
and feeds oil drops up through water. This cup is provided 
with our improved “Bull’s Eye” Sight-Feed, which does away 
with the usual annoyance of packing glass tubes. When a glass 
breaks, it is only necessary to replace the entire Bull’s Eye by 
using an ordinary monkey wrench. 


DIRECTIONS. 

Attach this lubricator to steam pipe above the throttle, using 
Yi inch iron pipe and angle valve on % pint, and % inch pipe on 
larger sizes for connecting union F to steam pipe. 

TO FILL AND OPERATE. —Close valves D, E and H, drain cup at 

C, and fill (full) with oil. First open valve E slowly, allowing 
sight-feed glass B to fill with water. Then open valve H and wait 
a few moments for condensation, then regulate oil drops by valve 

D. This lubricator is provided with a vent-screw for blowing out 
sight-feed glass when necessary. To prevent freezing, valves D 
and C should be left open. The “Joker” on account of being cast 
in one piece, will work in exposed positions in cold weather. 



PRICE LIST. 


SIZE. 


Ys 


X A 

V* 

Shank. 


% 

V\ 

H 

% 

PrinA . 

.each 

3 60 

4 00 

5 00 

6 00 

| 





Price, Plated. 

.-.each 

4 00 

4 50 

5 60 

6 76 

Joker Condenser Connections, Brass. 


60 

60 

70 

80 

Joker Condenser Connections, Plated. 


70 

70 

80 

90 

Extra “ Bull’s Eyes ”. 


30 

30 

30 

30 

Length of Condenser Pipes necessary. 


15 

15 

18 

24 


Lubricators are sent without Condenser Pipes and Angle Valve, unless ordered otherwise. 


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LUNKENHEIMER’S “ JUNIOR ” 

Single Connection Sight-Feed Lubricator. 


FOR TRACTION ENGINES, AIR-BRAKE PUMPS, ETC. 



A—Oil Reservoir. 

B —Condensing Chamber. 
C —Steam Valve. 

D —Filling Plug. 


DESCRIPTION. 

E—Drain Valve. 

F—Oil Regulating Valve. 

H—Valve for draining Sight-Feed Glass. 
S —Plug to replace or cleanse glass. 


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LUNKENHEIMER’S 

“Junior” Lubricator. 

'"pHE “JUNIOR” has been designed to meet the demand for a simple, reliable 

and inexpensive Single Connection Sight-feed Lubricator for small engines, 
Portables, Steam Pumps and Locomotive Air Brakes. It has but two valves—Steam 
Valve C and Oil Regulating Valve F. The sight-feed principle is that of “ oil drops 
passing up through water in a glass tube.” It is partly finished and very ornamental. 

The “Junior” must be attached to steam pipe, preferably on boiler side of throttle. 
The working of the cup is not affected by turning steam on or off. In attaching, see 
that hole in steam pipe is tapped straight, allowing shank to stand exactly horizontal. 

Use good cylinder oil, and feed about four drops per minute. To cleanse glass tube 
remove plug S, using cotton waste on a piece of wood (not iron wire). To prevent 
freezing, the cup can be drained by closing Valve C and opening Drain Valve E. Keep 
stuffing boxes tight, as leakage prevents perfect working of cup. 

The “Junior” is the only single connection sight-feed Lubricator thus far placed 
on the market, giving satisfaction, and is covered by patents. Many thousands are in 
use, and infringments and imitations are offered. 

We warn users against these; insist on getting the genuine; they cost no more. 
Every cup is plainly marked with “Junior,” our name and patent stamp. 

TO FILL AND OPERATE. 

Close Valves C and F, drain cup at E, and fill (full) with oil. Then open Valve 
C slowly. When glass tube has filled with water regulate oil drops at F. 

While cup is working leave Steam Valve C wide open, unless pulsation interferes 
with oil drops, in which case regulate to suit. Valve H should only be opened when 
it becomes necessary to blow out or drain sight-feed glass. 

All Lubricators are neatly packed in wooden boxes with sliding lids. 

PRICE LIST. 


size .pint y K _M Vt % l 

Shank.pipe thread H H 'A l A l A 

Partly Finished..each 7 00 8 00 10 00 13 00 14 00 


All Finished, (Brass Condensers and Pipes, and Wood Handies) ...each 8 50 10 00 12 00 16 00 16 00 
All Finished and Nickel Plated (Brass Condensers and Pipes) each 10 00 11 50 13 60 17 00 18 00 

X and X Pint sizes are also made with x / 2 inch Pipe Shank, but will be sent as 
above inch) unless specially ordered. 

NOTICE. —These Lubricators are also furnished with glass gauge, to indicate quan¬ 
tity of oil in reservoir, at an extra charge of 50 cents net, each, but will be sent without, 
unless specially ordered. 


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“Major” Sight-Feed Lubricator. 


SINGLE CONNECTION. 



Fig. 487. “Major. 


DESCRIPTION. 

A —Reservoir. 

B— Steam Valve. 

C— Oil Regulating Valve. 

F— Drain Valve. 

H— “Bull’s Eye” Sight-Feed. 



Fig. 488. “Bull’s Eye.” 

^pHE “MAJOR” LUBRICATOR is a down drop cup 
^ of compact and simple construction, suitable for 
steam pumps and small engines, and should be placed 
on the steam chest. This cup is provided with our 
improved “Bull’s Eye” Sight-Feed H, which does away 
with the usual annoyance of packing glass tubes. When 
a glass breaks, it is only necessary to replace the entire 
“Bull’s Eye” by using an ordinary monkey wrench. 

For price of extra “Bull’s Eyes” see list below. 

DIRECTIONS. 


After cup is attached to steam chest, close steam valve B and oil regulating valve 
C, and fill the cup with oil. Then open steam valve B slowly and regulate flow of oil 
with C; but do not feed oil too fast, so as to give time for condensation. When cup 
requires refilling, close valves B and C, drain the cup at F and fill with oil, then 
proceed as before. 


PRICE LIST. 


Number. 

0 

1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

Diameter of Oil Reservoir. 


IK 

IK 

i H 

2 

2 K 

2 X 

3 

Shank. 


H 

H 

K 

K 

K 

K 

H 

Brass. 

.each 

3 50 

4 00 

5 00 

6 00 

8 00 

10 00 

12 00 

All Finished and Nickel Plated. 

.each 

4 20 

5 00 

6 00 

7 25 

9 60 

12 00 

14 00 

Extra “Bull’s Eyes”. 


30 

30 

30 

30 

30 

30 

30 


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“Banner” Sight Feed Lubricator. 

FOR GAS ENGINES, AIR COMPRESSORS, ETC. 



Fig. 489. “Banner.” 


DESCRIPTION. 

A —Oil Chamber. 

B— Stop Valve. 

C—Oil Regulating Valve. 

D— “Bull’s Eye” Sight Feed. 
E— Filling Plug. 



^pHIS Sight-Feed Lubricator is designed for gas engines, 
^ air compressors and steam valve spindles of water-works 
engines, and will also be found suitable for various other pur¬ 
poses, especially on account of its simplicity and compactness. 
It is provided with our improved “Bull’s Eye” Sight-Feed 
which does away with the usual annoyance of packing glass 
tubes. When a glass breaks, it is only necessary to replace 
the broken “Bull’s Eye” by using an ordinary monkey wrench. 
For price of extra “Bull’s Eyes” see list below. 


DIRECTIONS. 


To fill and operate, close valves B and C, and fill with oil. Then open valve Bwide 
and regulate flow of oil at C. 


PRICE LIST. 


Number.| 

0 

1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

C 

Diameter of Oil Chamber. 


1 % 

l'A 

ix 

2 

2* 

2 'A 

3 

Shank.:. 


X 

X 

% 


'A 

l A 

X 

Brass . 

. each 

3 50 

4 00 

5 00 

6 00 

8 00 

10 00 

12 00 

All Finished and Nickel Plated . 


4 20 

5 00 

6 00 

7 25 

0 60 

12 00’ 

14 00 

Extra “Bull’s Eyes”. 


30 

30 

30 

30 

30 

30 

30; 


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LUNKENHEIMER’S 


Automatic Sight-Feed “Graphite” Lubricator. 


FOR ENGINE CYLINDERS AND STEAM PUMPS. 


T HE tendency of the present time among boiler and engine builders is toward high pressures of 
steam, and oil for lubricating engines under high pressure will not answer, because it becomes 
volatilized immediately upon entering the cylinder, and so looses its efficiency as a lubricant. Pow¬ 
dered Graphite, however, is not affected by high pressure and answers perfectly as a substitute for oil, 
and it is well known by engineers generally, that pure Graphite is far superior to oil when properly 
applied to steam engine cylinders, but being a dry powder and not mixing well with oil, the difficulty 
has been, to properly supply it to the steam chests and cylinders of engines and pumps. 

We have succeeded in constructing a lubricator, that not only feeds the Graphite automatically and 
continuously in desi: ed quantities, but also does it visibly, by passing it through a sight-feed. 



The Lunkenheimer Patented Sight-Feed 
“Graphite” Lubricator should be attached 
on the steam chest with the upper steam 
connection above the throttle. On Corliss 
engines use two cups, placing one above 
each valve, and making the steam con¬ 
nections above the throttle. 

A Sight-feed oil Lubricator becomes 
entirely unnecessary when an engine 
is provided with a graphite cup, but 
in connection with the Graphite Lubrica¬ 
tor, we recommend an oil pump for occas¬ 
ional use, especially while starting 
the engine. The illustration on next 
page shows a Corliss Engine provid¬ 
ed with our Graphite Lubricators, 
Oil Pump and a “ Lunken ” Gate 
Valve with Automatic By-pass, which 
makes an Ideal Throttle. 


Graf*h 

PAT OCT, 


DESCRIPTION 


A —Graphite Reservoir. 

B— Graphite Regulating Valve. 
C— Filling Plug. 

D— Sight Feed Nozzle. 

E —Feed Regulating Valve. 

K —Drain Valve. 

H —‘ Bull’s Eye” Sight Feed. 



Fig. 490. Fig. 488. “ Bull’s Eye.” Sectional. 

Graphite Lubricator. 

DIRECTIONS FOR OPERATING. 

Close top steam valve and stop cock E, then take off filling plug C, and fill the reservoir with Gra¬ 
phite. After replacing filling plug, first open top steam valve, then open stop cock E, then regulate 
valve B so that the desired flow of Graphite is fed visibly out of the nozzle B in the sight-feed chamber. 

If from any cause the “Bull’s Eye’ ’ Glass should break, replace the entire “Bull’s Eye” H by unscrew¬ 
ing same with a wrench; thus the usual annoyance of packing glass tubes is avoided. For price on 
extra “ Bull’s Eyes ” see list on next page. 

As Graphite is a very superior lubricant, and a very small quantity will last a great while, it is 
recommended that it be used very economically, as a continuous feeding of same is not necessary ; thus 
the feed can occasionally be shut off. To insure best results we recommend the use of The Joseph 
Dixon Company’s Cylinder Graphite. 


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Lubricator 


CUT SHOWING CORLISS ENGINE WITH GRAPHITE LUBRICATORS PLACED 
OVER VALVES ON THE CYLINDER, GLASS BODY OIL PUMP 
APPLIED, AND THE “ LUNKEN” GATE VALVE WITH 
BALANCED DISC AND RENEWABLE SEAT 
USED AS A THROTTLE. 

PRICE LIST—GRAPHITE LUBRICATORS. 



1 

o 

3 



a 

5 

8 


Shank. pipe thread 

X 

H 

X 

Finished Brass .each 

10 00 

12 00 

1.6 00 

Finished Brasa, Nickel Plated.each 

11 00 

14 00 

18 00 

Extra “ Bull’s Eyes ”. each 

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“Vulcan” Force-Feed Sight-Feed Lubricator. 

FOR GAS ENGINES, AIR COMPRESSORS, ETC. 




VULCAN 


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Fig. 491. “Vulcan.” 



Fig. 488. 

“ Bull’s Eye.” 


DESCRIPTION. 

A—Oil Reservoir. 

H—“Bull’s Eye” Sight-Feed. 

C —Oil Regulating Valve. 

D—Piston. 

E—Thumbnut for raising and regulating piston. 


^pHIS Cup will be found an excellent Lubricator for feeding heavy oils 
when cold to Gas Engine and Air Compressor cylinders, as the spring 
actuated piston causes a “force-feed.” It has proved by tests to be a most 
perfect cup for the purpose intended, and is also recommended for use 
on bearings requiring heavy oil. Do not feed Grease in this Cup. . 


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“Vulcan” Force-Feed Sight-Feed Lubricator. 


directions. 


^jpURN thumbnut E to the right until the plunger is drawn to top of cup; 

then unscrew cover and fill the cup with oil. Replace cover and adjust 
pressure on oil by screwing up thumbnut E to top of piston stem. Regulate 
the drops by turning valve C. This cup is provided with our improved 
“Bull’s Eye” Sight-feed, which does away with the usual annoyance of 
packing glass tubes. When a glass breaks, it is only necessary to replace 
the broken “Bull’s Eye” by using an ordinary monkey wrench. 

For price of extra “Bull’s Eyes” see list below. 


PRICE LIST. 


Number. 

1 

2 

3 

4 

Outside Diameter of Cup. 


IH 

2X 

2K 

sx 

Shank. 


X 

H 


V 

Brass. 


5 00 

6 00 

8 00 

10 00 

All Finished and Nickel Plated. 


6 00 

7 26 

9 60 

12 00 

Extra “Bull’s Eyes”. 


30 

30 

30 

30 


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LUNKENHEIMER’S 

“Standard” Boiler Oil Injector. 

FOR STATIONARY BOILERS. 




Fig. 492. “Standard.” 


DESCRIPTION. 

A —Oil Reservoir. E —Filling Plug. 

B —Sight-Feed. F —Drain Valve. 

C —Oil Drop Regulating Valve. G —Sight-Feed Drain Valve. 

D —Stop Valve. H —Plug to renew Sight-Feed Glass. 

J—Union Connection. 


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“Standard” Boiler Oil Injector. 


FOR STATIONARY BOILERS. 


npHE ‘"Standard” Boiler Oil Injector is designed to be attached to 
x the feed water pipe of steam boilers to feed boiler oil into the boiler, 
which effectually prevents the formation of scale; also preventing foaming, 
pitting and leaky joints. Many boiler explosions are caused by the weaken¬ 
ing of the iron from strains due to unequal expansion. This unequal 
expansion is directly caused by the scale on the heating surface, also burning 
and blistering same. By accurate tests a scale -fa of an inch requires 9 per 
cent more fuel; a scale X V of an inch 12 per cent; a scale of an inch 30 
per cent, and a scale % of an inch 60 per cent, and as the scale thickens the 
ratio increases. Thus it will be seen, that by keeping the boiler clean and 
free from scale, an enormous saving is effected. A good quality boiler 
OIL WILL DO THE WORK, NO MATTER WHAT KIND OF WATER IS USED. 

LUNKENHEIMER’S “STANDARD” BOILER OIL INJECTOR has but 
one connection to the feed pipe; is simple and strong, and will be found a 
perfect machine for the purpose—visibly feeding drop by drop. 

DIRECTIONS. 

Attach the Injector to the feed water pipe between the pump and the 
boiler or heater, but not to a vertical pipe in which the water flows down¬ 
ward at the point of connection. Close valves D and C, and fill reservoir 
A with boiler oil; then open valve D and regulate feed of oil with valve C. 
When cup needs refilling, close valves D and C again and drain reservoir by 
opening valve F; then proceed as before. 

If feeder is attached between pump and heater it will keep heater 
clean also. 


PRICE LIST. 


SIZE.Capacity 

V-i Pint. 

1 Pint. 

1 Quart. 

Gallon. 

1 Gallon. 

Price, Partly Finished.each 

7 50 

10 00 

13 50 

16 50 

19 50 

Price, All Finished.each 

8 00 

10 60 

14 25 






Price, All Finished and Nickeled.each 

8 50 

11 20 

15 00 




Reservoirs above one quart are of cast iron, and have lugs on body for 
bolting to place; smaller sizes have a brace-stud and lock-nut at lower end 
of oil chamber for this purpose. 


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“Emerald” Boiler Oil Injector. 

FOR LOCOMOTIVE AND STATIONARY BOILERS. 



DESCRIPTION. 


A —Oil Reservoir. 

C —Oil Drop Regulating Valve. 
D —Main Stop Valve. 

E —Filling Plug. 


F —Drain Valve. 

H —“Bull’s Eye” Sight-Feed. 
J —Union Connection. 

L —Shield over Sight-Feed. 


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“Emerald” Boiler Oil Injector. 

FOR LOCOMOTIVE AND STATIONARY BOILERS. 

'pHE “Emerald” Boiler Oil Injector is specially designed for Loco¬ 
motives, but is also suitable for Stationary and Traction Engine Boilers. 
This cup has our improved “Bull’s Eye” Sight-Feed, which is compact, 
strong and safe and superior to the glass tube style of sight-feed for Locomo¬ 
tive use. The glass is stronger and this construction does away with the 
usual annoyance of packing glass tubes. When a glass breaks it is only 
necessary to replace the entire “Bull’s Eye” by using an ordinary monkey 
wrench. For price of extra “Bull’s Eyes” see list below. The sight-feed is 
also provided with our improved safety shields, which can be kept closed to 
protect against breakage of glasses and severe weather. 

DIRECTIONS. 

On Locomotives attach the cup within the cab to the Feed Pipe close to 
the Injector, on Stationary Boilers to the Feed Water Pipe close to the Pump, 
between Pump and Boiler or Heater, but in either case not to a pipe in which 
the water flows downward (at the point of connection). After cup is attached, 
close Main Stop Valve (D) and Oil Regulating Valve (C), take off Filling Plug 
E and fill the cup with boiler oil. Then open Valve D slowly and regulate 
flow of oil with C. When cup requires refilling, close Valves D and C, drain 
the water from cup at F; then again fill with boiler oil and proceed as before. 
The sight-feed glasses can be cleansed by blowing out the cup by means of 
drain valve (F). 

PRICE LIST. 


CAPACITY. 

K Pt. 

1 Pt. 

1 Qt. 

% Gal. 

1 Gal. 

Iron-Brass Trimmine r s...... 

.each 1 




16 50 

19 50 

i 




Brass-Partlv Finished.. 

..each 

7 50 

10 00 

13 50 

17 50 


W 1 



...each 

8 00 

10 60 

14 25 

18 50 





_each 

8 50 

11 20 

15 00 

19 50 




Extra Bull’s Eyes. 


30 

30 

30 

30 

30 


The y 2 Pint size is best suited for Traction Engine use. 

All of the brass cups have brace-stud and lock-nut on lower end of reser¬ 
voir; the iron body cups lugs on back of reservoir, to enable being securely 
braced or bolted to place. 


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“Independent” Sight-Feed. 

I 



Fig. 494. 


JN large steam plants where several Engines and Steam Pumps are placed in 
close proximity to each other, it is sometimes desired to supply oil for all 
from one large oil tank, so as to do away with separate lubricators. In such 
cases Lunkenheimer’s Independent Sight-Feed can be used. Shank threaded 
inch pipe and union connection for inch pipe. 

PRICE LIST. 

Finished Brass.each, 6 00 Nickel Plated.each, 7 00 


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Nickel Plated..each 


Extra Glasses..each | 


Extra Cork Washers..per dozen | 


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LUNKENHEIMER’S 

Automatic Needle Valve Oil Feeder. 


Fig. 496. 

L UNKENHEIMER’S AUTOMATIC NEEDLE VALVE OIL FEEDER is intended for SLIDE VALVE 
^ Engines only, works automatically by pulsation, and must be placed on the steam chest. The 
stop valve must al ways be left open except when filling cup with oil. Do not drain off the water 
until ready to recharge the cup. The Lubricator stops feeding when the engine stops, and is about 
properly adjusted as shipped. To regulate the feed, screw y'oke up or down, thereby increasing or de¬ 
creasing the lift of needle. The greater the lift of the needle the more oil is fed ; the needle works up 
and down like a check valve while the engine is in motion. * 

PRICE LIST. 


Diameter. 

..inches 

1H 

2 

254 

3 

Capacity. 


V\ 

% 

H 

1 

Shank. 


H 

A 

% 

u 

Plain Top. 

.each 

4 70 

6 20 

7 70 

9 00 

Cross Ton. with Glass Gatina.. 

..each 



11 30 

14 50 

r ' i 




A card with full directions for using the Oil Feeder is attached to every cup. 


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Oil Feeder with Cock and Tube. 



Fig. 497. 


O UR new style Plain Engine lubricator with Cock and Tube is constructed on the same general 
principles as the old style, but will be found far superior in quality, design and efficiency. The 
Cup is heavier, stronger and better proportioned, and instead of an ordinary air cock screwed into 
the side of the oil chamber, it has a well made compression style of drain valve with drip nozzle, which 
is not liable to leak; it is located opposite the steam valve instead of on the oil chamber. As is well 
known cups of this character work automatically by condensation, and although the flow of oil from 
the cup cannot be accurately regulated, still the feed is continuous and requires refilling but once per 
day.^ It is far superior to a Common Plain Engine Lubricator. Where a strong and simple automatic 
lubricator without sight-feed is wanted, we recommend this cup. It will be found very convenient for 
small engines and steam pumps and should be placed on steam chest. 


PRICE LIST. 


Number. 

7 

8 

9 

10 

Diameter of Cup. 


i X 

2 

25* 

3 

Shank. 


X 



X 

Price. 


3 00 

4 50 | 

6 00 

7 50 


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Plain Engine Lubricator. 



Fig. 498. 


PRICE LIST. 


Number. . 

00 

0 

1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

Diameter.inches 

1 

1* 

1 X 

IK 

2 

2K 

2K 

3 

3X 

4 

Pipe Thread.inch 

X 

'/ 3 

X 

X 

% 

% 

X 

X 

X 

X 

Plain . each 

2 00 

2 20 

2 40 

2 60 

2 90 

3 25 

3 75 

4 75 

7 00 

10 00 

Plain, with Cock and Tube. each 

3 00 

3 20 

3 40 

3 60 

3 90 

4 25 

4 75 

5 75 

8 00 

11 00 


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Patent Dri p Valves, W i per C ups, DripT roughs, Etc 

OILING DEVICES FOR HIGH SPEED ENGINES. 


Fig. 500. Fig. 501. Fig. 502. 

Angle Drip Valve. Straight Sight-Feed Valve. Angle Sight-Feed Valve. 


Fig. 499. 

Straight Drip Valve. 


Fig. 506. 

Oil Cup Wiper Tip. 


Fig. 503. Fig. 504. Fig. 505. Fig. 507. 

Adjustable Wiper Adjustable Wiper Cup Plain Wiper Cup. Drip Trough. 

Cup for Wick. with Elbow Shank. 

PRICE LIST. 


Fig. 499 Straight Drip Valve, each.Brass, 1 B0 Nickel Plated, 1 7B 

Fig. 500. Angie Drip Valve, each.Brass, 1 25 Nickel Plated, 1 50 

Fig. 501. Straight Sight-Feed Valve, each.Brass, 2 00 Nickel Plated, 2 25 

Fig. 502. Angie Sight-Feed Valve, each..Brass, 2 00 Nickel Plated, 2 25 

Fig. 503. Adjustable Wiper Cup, l A or% inch Pipe, each.Brass, 2 50 Nickel Plated, 3 00 

Fig. 504. Adjustable Wiper Cup, Elbow Shank, % or M inch Pipe, each..'..Brass, 3 00 Nickel Plated, 3 50 

Fig. 506. Wiper Tips, each. X in. Brass, 40 Nickei Plated, 50 K in. Brass, 50 Nickei Plated, 60 


Straight and Angle Drip and Sight-Feed Valves are tapped J 4 or X inch Pipe Thread, to be used 
in connection with y x or X inch Iron Pipe size Brass Tubing. In ordering above mention size of Pipe 
Thread wanted. 


Fig. 505. Plain Wiper Cup. 


| Fig. 507. Drip Troughs. 

Pipe Th’d 

O. Diam. 

Brass 

Nickel PI 


Length 

Pipe Th’d 

Rough 

Finished 

Nick. PI. 

% 

IK 

1 00 

1 20 


3 inches 

K 

75 

1 00 

1 25 

X 

IK 

1 50 

1 75 


5 “ 

X 

1 00 

1 50 

2 00 

K 

2 

2 00 

2 40 


7 “ 

K 

1 50 

2 00 

2 75 






9 “ 

\4 

2 00 

2 75 

3 50 


Brass Fittings, Elbows, Tees and special Oiling Devices, to order. For Improved Oil Gauges for 
Dynamos, etc., see Page 98. 


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Adjustable Centrifugal Crank Pin Oiling Devices 





Fig. 509. Oiler Arm Complete, with 
Floor Stand and Oil Cup. 


T HE PLAIN OILER ARM, FIG. 508, is intended to be used as an auxiliary to the crank pin cup, to 
afford an extra and direct means of lubricating the crank pin WHILE THE ENGINE IS IN MO¬ 
TION, by squirting oil with an oil can through hole in ball (H . In ordering these give stroke of 

engine. 

T HE COMPLETE DEVICE WITH ADJUSTABLE oil CUP STAND, FIG. 509, gives direct contin¬ 
uous lubrication to the crank pin from the oil cup on the floor stand. In ordering these give 
stroke of engine and distance from center of crank shaft to floor. 

DIRECTIONS FOR APPLYING. 

Drill a hole lengthwise in crank pin and tap same to accommodate the shank of oiler bolt (O) which 
is % pipe thread on Nos. 1 and 2, ana J4 pipe thread on No. 3 size, unless otherwise specified. Drill a 
smaller hole (M) to connect to bearing; adjust the tubing at (D) to allow the ball (H) to revolve in line 
with the axis of shaft (M), then screw bolt (O) down tightly to keep oiler arm in position. To attach 
oiler stand fasten floor plate and adjust oiler stand, previously inserting connecting tube (K) in the 
hole of ball (H). 

PRICE LIST. 


Number. 

1 

2 

3 





Length of stroke... 

Up to 1C 
inches 

Up to 30 
inches 

Up to 60 
inches 

Thread on bolt (O). 


54 inch 

54 inch 

J4 inch 

Plain Oiler Arm, Brass. 

.each 

6 00 

7 00 

9 00 

Plain Oiler Arm, Nickel Plated. 


7 00 

8 00 

11 00 

Complete, Brass. 

15 00 

17 00 

21 00 


Complete, Nickel Plated. 

18 00 

20 50 

25 00 


The Oiler Arm Complete is provided with an adjustable sight-feed oil cup of proportionate size. 


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Lunkenheimer’s Improved Oiling Devices. 

FOR HIGH SPEED AND MARINE ENGINES. 


DEVICE FOR OILING CRANK PIN, PILLOW BLOCK AND ECCENTRICS FROM ONE OIL CUP. 




CROSS HEAD AND SLIDE OILING DEVICE. 

These Drip and Sight-Feed Valves (Figures 500 and 502), in connection with small brass distributing 
pipes, are also especially suitable for lubricating Marine Engines. In ordering, 
always send sketch and dimensions of fittings required. 


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LUNKENHEIMER’S 

“Ideal” Automatic Grease Cup. 

FOR ENGINE CRANK PINS, JOURNALS, ETC. 




Fig. 510. Sectional. Exterior. 

T IE “IDEAE” is a first-class cast brass highly finished automatic compression cup, suitable for 
Engine Bearings, Journals, etc. It is provided with a leather packed plunger, (insuring a tight 
joint and smooth working) which is so constructed that it is easily raised when cup requires 
recharging with grease. The spring and plunger are conveniently controlled by thumb-nut (A), which 
is provided with an automatic lock arrangement to prevent its jarring from position on stem. The 
hole through the shank can be regulated to suit the grease used, by means of regulatingscrew (H). As 
a high grade cup of superior design and perfect regulation of feed, the “ IDEAL, ” has no equal. 

DIRECTIONS. 

Turn thumb-nut (A) to the right until plunger is drawn to top of cup ; then unscrew cover and fill 
the cup with grease. Replace cover and adjust pressure on grease by screwing up thumb-nut (A) to top 
of stem (T), thereby allowing plunger to compress and feed the grease. 

The rate of feed must be regulated by set-screw (H), which has a hole through it in line with the 
slot; thus is regulated like a stop cock. 

If it is desired to stop the flow of grease, turn thumb-nut (A) down to cover, thereby taking tension, 
off spring. 

PRICE LIST. 


Number. 


Inside Diameter. inches 

Pipe Thread.inch 

Capacity (Grease).ounces 


Finished, Brass.each 


Nickel Plated.each 


2 00 


2 25 


2 50 


2 80 


3 20 


3 60 


4 30 


5 00 


6 00 


6 75 


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83 


LUNKENHEIMER’S 

“Jewel” Automatic Grease Gup. 

FOR BEARINGS, SHAFTING, LOOSE PULLEYS, ETC. 



Fig. 511. Sectional. 


'TMIE “JEWEE” GREASE CUP we have designed to meet the demand for a simple 
and inexpensive Automatic Cup, and to take the place of Iron Cups. The Base is 
of cast brass, while the Top is of Tubing and spun brass. These cups will be found far 
superior to Iron Cups although the price is the same. They are of brass throughout, 
provided with leather packed Plunger, are of neat design, well made, and light in 
weight. 

DIRECTIONS. 

When Cup is empty and Plunger is at bottom of Cup, unscrew and take off the 
Reservoir, then lift the Plunger to top of Reservoir and lock it in this position. This 
is done by lifting the Plunger Rod until the Pin (which passes through it at its lower 
end) comes up through the lid, then turn the Plunger Rod slightly. Then fill the 
Reservoir with grease and after screwing it back to its Base, release the spring lock, (so 
as to put the pressure on the grease) by turning the Plunger Rod back again until the 
Pin passes through the slots. 

PRICE LIST. 


Number.| 

00 

0 

1 

2 

3 

4 

Inside Diameter__ 


1 

1 Ya 

1% 

2 

2 % 

3 





Pipe Thread. 


Ys 

Ya 

Ya 

X 

X 

X 

Capacity, Grease. 


~~Y~ 

1 

1 X 

3 

4H 

6 % 

Brass. 


80 

1 00 

1 30 

1 70 

2 30 

3 20 


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Screw Feed “Marine” Grease Cup. 



Fig. 512. 

This Cup is more particularly designed for Marine Engines, but will also be 
found suitable for many other purposes where a screw feed is desired, or it is necessary 
to force the Grease some distance to the parts to be lubricated. 

PRICE LIST. 


Number. | 

00 

0 

1 

2 

3 

4 

Inside Diameter. 

.inches 

1 

1 X 

i'A 

2 

2 A 

3 

Shank. 


j/s a 

X 

X 

% 

% 

Capacity (Grease). 


l A 

i 


3 

4J4 

6>4 

Price, Brass. 

.each 

1 00 

1 20 

1 60 

200 

2 80 

400 

Price, Nickel Plated . 


1 20 

1 45 

1 90 

2 40 

3 40 

4 75 


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“Tiger 


4 4 


Plain Brass Grease 


Cup. 



Fig. 513. 




Sectional. 


/TNHE LUNKENHEIMER “ TIGER ” PLAIN GREASE CUP is a cast brass cup, well 

adapted for jarring-machinery; is unsurpassed where a simple, compact and effi¬ 
cient plain cup is wanted. By screwing down cap (A) the lubricant is forced to the 
bearing. The leather washer (H) prevents the grease from leaking out of cup, and can 
be easily replaced when worn out; spring lock arrangement (B) the projection (E) of 
which engages (K) at each turn, prevents the cap from jarring off, also cuts and loosens 
the grease. 

Always keep leather washer (H) well expanded against the thread by screwing up 
plate (C). This plate can easily be tightened or unscrewed by using a pointed tool, 
inserting it in one of the holes in plate and striking it with a hammer. 


These cups are furnished in three styles, viz: FINISHED BRASS, NICKEL 
PLATED and ROUGH—(see price list below). 

When no s.tyle is mentioned, orders will be filled with FINISHED BRASS, same 
as shown in cut. 


PRICE LIST. 


Number. | 

00 

0 

1 

2 

3 

4 

Inside Diameter. 


1 

IK 

IK 

2 

2K 

3 

Pipe Thread. 


% 

Ya 

Ya 

H 

K 

K 

Capacity, Grease. 


Ya 

% 

1 

2 

3K 

5 

Finished, Brass . 


70 

90 

1 15 

1 50 

2 15 

2 90 

Finished. Nickeled . 

. each 

82 

1 06 

1 36 

1 80 

2 60 

3 40 

7 







Rough . 


56 

74 

96 

1 28 

1 76 

2 30 


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“Ohio” Spun-Top Grease Cup. 



Fig. 514. Full Size, No. 6. 


npHIS simple and inexpensive Grease Cup will be found equal to more expensive plain 
cups for various purposes. The top is of spun brass, and, although being very 
light in weight (so as not to jar off), is quite strong; THE BASE IS MADE OF 
CAST BRASS. 


PRICE LIST. 


Number. 

B9 

7 

8 

9 

Outside Diameter. 


mm 

2 

2H 

m 

Pipe Thread. 


Vs 

y< 

H 

H 

Capacity (Grease). 


% 

i'A 

S% 

5 

Price. 


55 

70 

90 

1 20 


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“Pioneer” Slide Top Glass Oil Cup. 



Fig. 515. Full Size, No. 


T HE PIONEER OIE CUPS have become a “ Universal Standard ” being by far the most perfect and 
finest oilers of their class and are suitable for all Engine and Machinery Bearings. They are con¬ 
structed of cast brass (not spun brass), are highly finished and very ornamental. They are the 
only Glass Oil Cups in the market that are not affected by jarring machinery—they will not shake apart 
nor the feed become unset. This feature recommends them for Traction Engines, Steam Rollers, etc. 
They are easily filled and regulated. 

PRICE LIST. 


Number. 

000 

00 

0 

1 

1/ 

2 

3 

4 

5 

G 

Outside Diameter of Glass. 


1 

l/s 

1/ 

1/ 

IX 

2 

2/ 

2 Z 

3 

3H 

Height of Glass. 


X 

1 

l/s 

m 

l/s 

m 

2/s 

2X 

3 

4 

Capacity. 


Yx 

Z 

X 

1 

1 Z 

2/ 

4 

5 

10 

18 

Pipe Thread. 

.inch 

Y* 

/ 8 

/8 

K 

Yx 

X 

X 

X 

z 

z 

Finished Brass . 

. each 

70 

75 

80 

1 00 

1 25 

1 50 

1 90 

240 

3 10 

4 00 

Nickel Plated . 

. each 

80 

85 

95 

1 20 

1 50 

176 

2 20 

2 75 

3 50 

4 50 

Extra Glasses. 

.each 

03 

00 

OH 

10 

10 

12 

15 

25 

33 

05 


To avoid mistakes when ordering Glasses and Cork Washers, specify name and number of Cup as 
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LUNKENHEIMER’S 

“Victor” Index Glass Oil Cup. 



Fig. 51G. Full Size, No. \'/ 2 . 

T HE LUNKENHEIMER “VICTOR” INDEX GLASS OIL CUP is provided with a simple “index” 
device for regulating the feed of oil, and has an indicator arm pivoted on the stem and turning on 
the lid to mark the notch giving the desired feed. The feed can be instantly turned off, and on 
again by replacing the lever in the notch of the Indicator arm. When the index arm is closed the lever 
can be left to stand up out or the notch, thus acting as an indicator, to show from a distance that the 
feed is shut off. This cup is exactly like the “Crown ’ on page 90, but without Sight-feed. 

_ PRICE LIST. _ 

Number. 0 1 V/ 2 2 3 4 5 | 6 

Outside Diameter of Glass.inches IK 1 l /6 IK 2 2K 2% 

Height of Glas s .inches 1 % IK IK IK 2K 2# 

Capacity.oun ces K 1 1 l A 2K _4 5 

Pipe Thread.i 


Finished Brass 


Nickel Plated. 

Extra Glasses.eachl 0* 1 10 I 10 I 12 I 15 I 25 J 35 I 05 


1 15 1 40 1 70 2 00 2 46 

Extra Glasses.eachl 0* 10 10 12 15 

To avoid mistakes when ordering Glasses and Cork Washers, specify name and 3 
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Lunkenheimer’s “Royal” Sight-Feed Glass Oil Cup. 



Fig. 517. Full Size, No. 1^. 


T HE “ROYAL” SIGHT-FEED GLASS oil cup will be found an excellent cup for Engine and 
Dynamo use; it is simple and practical, and so constructed, that when the desired feed is once set 
it can be stopped and started at will without resetting, the spring acting as a lock and indicator 
when engaging at (E). 

DIRECT IONS TO SET FEED. —Regulate the feed by turning the milled cover, so that when the flattened 
side of thumb-nut engages the spring the desired feed is obtained. When the desired feed is once es¬ 
tablished, it can instantly be shut off or put on by turning the milled thumb-nut (E); *. <?., to the right, 
feed off; to the left, feed on. 

PRICE LIST. 


Number...1 

00 

0 

1 

1/ 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

Outside Diameter of Glass. 

.inches 

l/s 

1/ 

1/ 

ty\ 

2 

2/ 

2/ 

3 


Height of Glass. 


1 

1/8 

m 

1/8 

1 n 

2/s 

2 X 

3 

4 

Capacity. 


% 

X 

1 

1/ 

2/ 

4 

5 

10 

18 

Pipe Thread. 


% 

l /s 

Z 

Z 

X 

X 

X 

Z 

Z 

Finished Brass . 

.each 

1 10 

1 25 

1 50 

1 75 

2 10 

2 55 

3 15 

390 

480 

Nickel Plated . 

.each 

1 20 

1 40 

1 70 

2 00 

2 35 

2 85 

3 50 

4 30 

530 

Extra Glasses. 

.each 

(Hi 

08 

10 

10 

12 

15 

25 

35 

65 


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Lunkenheimer’s “Crown” Index Sight-Feed Glass Oil Cup. 



Fig. 51S. Full Size, No. \'/ 2 . 


T he LUNKENHEIMER “CROWN” INDEX SIGHT-FEED GLASS OIL CUP Is of first-class 
quality throughout, very ornamental in appearance and made of cast brass. It has an “index” 
device for regulating the feed of oil, and an indicator arm turning on the lid to mark the notch 
givingthe desired feed. The feed can be instantly turned off and on again by replacing the index 
lever in the notch of the indicator arm. When the index arm is closed, the lever can be left to stand 
up out of the notch, thus acting as an indicator, to show from a distance that the feed is shut off. It 
fulfills all the requirements for dynamo and engine use, and we recommend it where a first-class sub¬ 
stantial cup is wanted. 

PRICE LIST. 


Number. 

0 

1 

IK 

2 

3 

4 

5 I 

6 

Outside Diameter of Glass. 


IK 

1 K 

IK 

2 

W 

2K 

3 

3K 

Height of Glass. 


1/8 

1/8 

l/s 

1/8 

2 % 

2 X 

3 

4 

Capacity. 


v. 

1 

IK 

2K 

4 

5 

10 

18 

Pipe Thread. ....... . . ....... 


Ys 

Ya 

X 

X 

X 

X 

K 1 

K 

Finished Brass . 


1 25 

1 50 

1 75 

2 10 

2 55 

3 15 

3 90 

4 80 

Nickel Plated . 

.each 

1 40 

1 70 

2 00 

2 35 

2 85 

3 50 

4 30 

5 30 

Extra Glasses. 


oh 

10 

10 

12 

15 

25 

35 I 

65 


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“Yankee” Slide Top Glass Oil Cup. 



Fig 519. Full Size, No. 1. 


n^HIS cup on account of being simple, efficient and low priced, is admirably adapted 
x as a shafting cup, but is also suitable for general machinery and engine bearings. 
It has the same filling and feed regulating arrangement as “ Pioneer” Cup on Page 87. 


PRICE LIST. 


Number... | 

00 

0 

1 

1/ 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

Outside Diameter of Glass. 


1/8 

1/ 

1/ 

1 H 

2 

2 Ya 

2/ 

3 

8 fi 

Capacity. 


% 

n 

1 

1/ 

2/ 

4 

5 

10 

18 

Pipe Thread. 


z 

Ys 

Ya 

X 

H 

H 

X 

% 

X 

Finished Brass . 

. each 

75 

80 

1 00 

1 25 

1 60 

1 90 

© 

esj 

3 10 

400 

Nickel Plated . 

. each 

86 

95 

1 20 

1 50 

1 75 

2 20 

2 75 

3 60 

4 60 

Extra Glasses. 

.each 

06 

08 

10 

10 

12 

15 

25 

35 

65 


To avoid mistakes when ordering Glasses and Cork Washers, specify name and number of cup, as 
stamped on same. 


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“Ajax” Index Glass Oil Cup. 



Fig. 520. Full Size, No. 1. 

This Cup is constructed and operated same as the “Victor” on Page 88. 

PRICE LIST. 


Number . | 

0 

1 

IK 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

Outside Diameter of Glass . 


1* 


IK 

2 

2K 

2K 

3 

3K 



X 

1 

IK 

2K 

4 

5 

10 

18 

* J | 






Pipe Thread . 

. inch 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

X 

K 

K 

Finished Brass . . 

.each 

1 00 

1 20 

1 45 

1 75 

2 15 

2 70 

3 40 

4 30 










Nickel Plated . 

. each 

1 15 

1 40 

1 70 

2 00 

2 46 

3 05 

3 80 

480 

Extra Glasses . 


08 

10 

10 

12 

15 

25 

35 

65 


To avoid mistakes when ordering Glasses and Cork Washers, specify name and number of cup, as 
stamped on same. 


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‘‘Rival” Sight-Feed Glass Oil Cup. 



Fig. 521. Full Size, No. 1. 

The “ Rival ” is a simple and efficient Sight-Feed Oil Cup, provided with the same filling and feed 
regulating arrangement as the “ Yankee ’* on Page 91. 

PRICE LIST. 


Number...| 

00 

0 

1 

1Z 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

Outside Diameter of Glass. 


l/s 

1/ 

1Z 

IK 

2 

2/ 

2/ 

3 

3‘A 

Capacity.. 

. ounces 

Z 

X 

1 

1/ 

2Z 

4 

5 

10 

18 

Pipe Thread. 


Vs 

Vs 

K 

X 

X 

X 

X 

z 

Z 

Finished Brass. 


1 10 

1 25 

1 50 

1 75 

2 10 

2 55 

3 15 

3 90 

4 80 

Nickel Plated. 


1 20 

1 40 

1 70 

2 00 

2 35 

2 85 

3~50 

4 30 

5 30 

Extra Glasses. 


06 

08 

10 

10 

12 

15 

25 

35 

65 


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LUNKENHEIMER'S 


“Ruby” Index Sight-Feed Glass Oil Cup. 



Fig. 522. Full Size, No. 1. 

The “ Ruby ” Oil Cup is constructed like the “ Crown ” on Page 90. 
PRICE FIST. 


Number . 

0 

1 

IK 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

Outside Diameter of Glass. 


IK 

IK 

IK 

2 

2K 

2K 

3 

3K 

Capacity. 


X 

1 

IK 

2K 

4 

5 

10 

18 

Pipe Thread. 


X 

K 

K 

X 

X 

X 

K 

K 

Finished Brass.-. 


1 25 

1 50 

1 75 

2 10 

2 55 

3 15 

390 

480 

Nickel Plated. 

.each 

1 40 

1 70 

200 

2 35 

2 85 

3 50 

430 

630 

Extra Glasses . 


OS 

10 

10 

12 

15 

25 

35 

65 


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LUNKENHEIMER’S 

Automatic Rod Cups. 

FOR ENGINE CRANK PINS. 



Fig. 523. Screw Feed. 


Full Size, 
No. 1. 



Fig. 524. Needle Valve-Feed. 


T HE “LUNKENHEIMER” AUTOMATIC SCREW FEED and NEEDLE VALVE ROD CUPS are 
unexcelled for use on engine or other crank bearings. They are simple, compact, strong and well 
made, with no complicated parts, thus are not liable to get out of order, nor will they throw and waste 
oil, as is the case with other makes. Thousands of them are in use to-day, and are giving excellent 
satisfaction. The Needle Valve Cups are not made smaller than No. 1. When ordering mention whether Screw- 
Feed or Needle Valve-Feed are wanted. 

PRICE LIST. 


Number. | 

0 

1 

1/ 

2 

8 

4 

Outside Diameter of Glass. 


IK 

1/ 

ix 

2 

2K 

2H 

Height of Glass. 


l/s 

\X 

IX 

1 7 A 

2/ 8 

2X 

Capacity. 

.ounces 

X 

1 

1/ 

2/ 

4 

5 

Pipe Thread. 

.inch 

Vs 

K 

Vk 

X 

X 

X 

Finished. Brass. 


1 10 

1 50 

2 00 

2 50 

3 00 

4 00 

Nickel Plated. 


1 25 

1 70 

2 25 

2 75 

3 30 

4 36 

Extra Glasses. 

.each 

08 

10 

10 

12 

15 

25 


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LUNKENHEIMER’S 


“Miami” Plain Glass Oil Cup. 





T HIS simple and substantial air-tight oil cup will be found suitable for stationary and movable 
bearings. It will not leak when placed on movable bearings, has a simple feed regulating arrange¬ 
ment and an improved screw filler enabling convenient and quick refilling. The filling cap being 
made of a very thin and light material is easily screwed tight without the use of a wrench and will not 
jar off. When feed is once set, the cup operates automatically and regularly and stops feeding when 
the machinery is not in motion. 

PRICE LIST. 


Number . 

000 

00 

0 

1 

1/ 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

Outside Diameter of Glass. 


1 

l/s 

1/ 

1/ 

IK 

2 

2 X 

2/ 

3 


Height of Glass. 


% 

1 

1/8 

1 X 

1/8 

m 

2/s 

2 X 

3 

4 

Capacity. 

. ounces 

X 

X 

X 

l 

1/ 

2/ 

4 

5 

10 

18 

Pipe Thread . 


% 

/s 

Vs 

% 


X 

X 

X 

X 

% 

Finished, Brass.. 


70 

75 

80 

1 00 

1 25 

1 50 

1 90 

2 40 

3 10 

400 

Nickel Plated. 

.each 

80 

85 

95 

1 20 

1 50 

1 75 

2 20 

2 75 

3 60 

4 50 

Extra Glasses . 


05 

06 

08 

10 

i° 

12 

15 

25 

35 

65 


Cups of this style will be furnished with Loose Wire Feed, if desired. 

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Cylindrical and Urn-Shaped Glasses. 



Fig. 52G. Full Size, No. 2. 


Fig. 527. Full Size, No. 


These Glasses are clear, strong and uniform in size, and interchangeable with 
all styles of Glass Cups made by us. 


PRICE LIST. 


Number. 

oco 

00 

0 

1 

1 % 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

O.D. ofCyl.and Urn-shape Glasses.inches 

1 

l/s 

i X 


IX 

2 

2/ 

2 X 

3 

3% 

Height of Cylindrical Glasses.inches 

X 

1 

V/s 

l X 

1/8 

IX 

2/s 

2X 

3 

4 

Price. each 

05 

06 

08 

10 

10 

12 

15 

25 

35 

65 

Cork Washers.per dozen 

15 

13 

24 

30 

36 

40 

45 

50 

60 

76 


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SIZE—Thread on Shank.. 


Brass, no Drain Cock..each 


1 00 


Plated, no Drain Cock.each 


1 20 


Brass, with Drain Cock.each 


1 05 


Plated, with Drain Cock.each 


1 0J 


1 10 


1 05 


In ordering Oil Gauges state length of glass wanted, and whether wanted with or without Drain 
Cock. When not stated, Gauges will be sent with Drain Cock. An extra charge will be made for 
gauges of unusual length. 


LUNKENHEIMER’S 


Dynamo Oil Gauges. 


WITH REVOLUBLE REFLECTING SHIELD. 


(Patent Pending.) 


Fig. 528. Plain. Fig. 529. With Drain Cock. 

T HE Oil Gauges heretofore used on Self-Oiling JOURNAL BOXES OF DYNAMOS possess several ser¬ 
ious objections, which have been entirely overcome in the “Lunkenheimer” Improved Gauge, and 
on account of its advantages and low price, is rapidly superseding them. All users of Oil Gauges 
are aware that with those heretofore used it is impossible to clean the glass tube, which soon becomes 
so covered with dust and dirt, colK cting in the slots of the shield, that the oil cannot be seen. Besides, 
the slots or windows of the gauge aie not always in proper position, as regards the light, to enable one 
to see the oil, and the shield being fixed, cannot be turned to suit. Then owing to the construction of 
these Oil Gauges, they are unnecessarily clumsy and expensive. The Lunkenheimer Oil Gauge will he found 
“Perfect” in all these particulars; it is simple and practical in construction, can be easily taketi apart, is 
handsome in appearance and inexpensive in price The glass protecting shield is a ‘half tube,” which 
permits being revolved around the glass tube, thus it can easily be kept clean, and the shield set in proper 
position, as regards the light, so that the oil is plainly visible. The inside of the shield is plated, thus it 
also acts as a reflector. The entire gauge is held together by a thin wire rod, which is screwed into 
the bottom fitting, passes through the center of glass tube, and has a nut fastened to it on the upper 
side of top cover. To Clean the Glass Tube, hold a piece of waste to the tube, and revolve it with the 
shield around the glass, until properly cleaned, then turn the shield to its former position. 

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LUNKENHEIMER’S 

Plain Locomotive Crank Pin Cup. 

WITH LOOSE WIRE FEED. 



PRICE LIST. 


Number. 

1J4 

2 



Outside Diameter. 


m 

2 

Capacity. 


i % 

2/4 

Finished Brass. 


1 80 

2 00 


Unless thread is specified, shanks will he left blank. 


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LUNKENHEIMER’S 

Slide Top Locomotive Brass Guide Oil Cup. 



Fig. 531. Full Size, No. 1>£. 

T HE attention of Locomotive Builders and Master Mechanics is called to the improved filling ar¬ 
rangement on these oil cups, by which they can be quickly and easily filled*; without the 
annoyance usually experienced with oil cups having the screw-plug filler. 

They are compactly constructed, and the slide is warranted not to leak; are provided with the 
pointed needle feed, and the flow of oil can be readily regulated from the outside. 

PRICE LIST. 


Number.1 

VA 

2 

S 




Outside Diameter_ 

... .-inches 

IX 

2 




Capacity. 



2% 

4 

Finished Brass. 


2 60 

300 

400 


Unless thread is specified, shanks will be left blank. 


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CINCINNATI. 


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LUNKENHEIMER’S 

Slide Top Locomotive Glass Guide Oil Cup 


WITH BRASS SHIELD. 



Fig. 532. Full size, No. 

This Cup has the same filling- and feed regulating mechanism as the Brass Eocomotive Guide Oil 
Cup described on opposite page. 

PRICE LIST. 


Number . 

1 X 

2 

3 


Outside Diameter of Glass. 


1 X 

2 

2; Ya 

Height of Glass. 


1H 

m 

2% 

Capacity. 


VX 

2% 

4 

Finished Brass . 


2 60 

3 00 

4 00 

Extra Glasses.... 

___ _each 

10 

12 

15 






Unless thread is specified, shanks will be left blank. 


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LUNKENHEIMER’S 


“Cody” Patent Shaft Oilers. 





Fig. 533. Shaft Oiler. Fig. 534. Shaft Oiler, with Loose 

Wire and Wood Plug. 


Sectional of Fig. 533. 


DIRECTIONS FOR USING CODY’S SHAFT OILERS. 

Fill the oiler (full) with oil, screw on the socket air-tight, and then screw the stem 
tightly into the oil-hole in bearing. When the cup needs refilling unscrew the stem 
out of the hole, take the oiler apart, and proceed as before. See that the hole through 
stem is always clear of any obstruction before putting the oiler in its place. 

SEE THAT THE GLASS GLOBE IS ALWAYS TIGHT IN ITS SOCKET. 

TO REGULATE. 

The oilers are shipped set for a MODERATE feed. The oil-hole in the stem is 
drilled parallel with the slot in the set-screw. By turning the regulating screw a 
QUARTER-TURN BACKWARD the supply of oil is entirely cut off. Between these 
two positions of the screw any desired amount of feed may be had. 


PRICE LIST. 

Shanks are threaded inch on point, 1G threads to the inch. 


Number.| 

1 

2 

3 





Capacity. 


1 

IX 

2X 

Diameter.. 


ix 

2 

2% 

Height. 


2X 

3 

3% 

Finished, Brass. 





Extra Glasses. 

.each 



08 

Extra Cork Washers.. 

.per dozen 

1 15 | 

1 ^ | 

15 


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LUNKENHEIMER’S 

“Magic” Grease Tube for Loose Pulleys. 



Fig. 535. Fig. 536. 


q^HE Lunkenheimer Patent “Magic” Loose Pueeey Grease Tube, in connection 
with Lunkenheimer’s “Magic” Grease Candle, is a simple, practical, convenient, 
clean and inexpensive method of effectually lubricating loose pulleys, and especially 
adapted for pulleys too small in diameter to permit the attachment of cups on the hub. 

Referring to the illustrations, a y inch hole is drilled through the rim and a 
inch hole through the hub of the pulley, and the latter tapped y 2 inch pipe thread. The 
Tube is then screwed into place, flush with or beneath the face of pulley. The follower 
F is unscrewed and taken out of Tube by use of a screw driver, the Grease Candle inserted, 
and the follower screwed back against the grease and given a few turns to force a suf¬ 
ficient amount of lubricant down 011 the shaft. This will last for days, when the fol¬ 
lower can again be given a few turns. When the follower F finally reaches the shaft, 
reverse or unscrew it until it comes out of the Tube, re-charge with Grease Candle and 
proceed as before. The follower is provided with a ratchet wing C, which imbeds 
itself in the candle, and turning only one way, prevents it from unscrewing and jarring 
out. On large pulleys it is not necessary to have the Tube extend through the rim of 
pulley. In such cases the Tube can stand at an angle, so it can be conveniently oper¬ 
ated from the side of pulley. 

The “Magic” Grease Candles are quite inexpensive, considering the amount of 
work they will do. They are clean and handy to apply. Fit up one troublesome 
pulley, and let the “Magic” speak for itself. 

Full directions for applying and operating are sent with the Tube. 

When ordering always state Diameter of Pulleys and Shaft. 


PRICE LIST. 

All Tubes are % inch, scant. Outside Diameter, and threaded *4 inch pipe thread at one end. 


size. 


Up to 3 inches 
long. 

3 to 6 inches. 


“Magic” Tubes .each 


1 00 

1 50 



“Magic” Candles.per hundred 

4 00 







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LUNKENHEIMER’S 


Brass Loose Pulley Oiler. 



Fig. 537. Full Size, No. 3. 


^TpHIS OILER must be attached to hub of pulley, is easily filled and regulated, 
A will not throw or waste oil, and a trial will convince users that it is a simple 
and satisfactory oiler for loose pulleys. It is guaranteed to give satisfaction, one 
filling lasting from two to four weeks, and feeding only when in motion. 


PRICE LIST. 


Number...| 

0 

1 

2 

3 

4 





Outside Diameter. 



1 

IX 

IX 

IX 

2 

Capacity. 

. 


y t 

X 

X 

IX 

IX 

Rough, Brass. 



2B 

30 

40 

50 

65 


Shanks on Nos. 0, 1 and 2 are threaded y% inch on point, 16 threads to the inch. 
Shanks on Nos, 3 and 4 are threaded % inch Pipe Thread. 


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105 


LUNKENHEIMER’S 


Brass Hinge Lid Oil 


Cups. 



Fig. 538. Small Base. 

Full Size, No. 1. 



PRICE LIST. 


Number. 

1 

2 

3 

4 

5 


7 

Outside Diameter. 


% 

1 


IK 

IX 

1 % 

2 

Pipe Thread. 


X 

K 

X 

% 

X 

X 

K 

Finished Brass. 


70 

85 

1 20 

1 60 

2 10 

2 50 

2 70 

Finished Brass, with Elbow Shank. 

.each 

85 

1 15 

1 60 

2 10 

2 65 

3 05 

3 25 


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LUNKENHEIMER’S 


Brass Oil Cups. 



Fig. 540. Plain. Fig. 541. locomotive Pattern. Fig. 542. With L. H. Cock. 

Full Size, No. 1. Full Size, No. 2. Full Size, No. 0. 


PRICE FIST. 


Number. 

00 

0 

1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

G 

7 

8 

9 

Outside Diameter.inches 

X 

y* 

K 

1 

IK 

IK 

i X 

IK 

2 

2 K 

2K 

Pipe Thread.inch 

Vs 

X 

% 

H 

V\ 

X 

X 

X 

K 

K 

K 

Plain Oil Cups, Finished Brass...each 

25 

30 

35 

40 

60 

90 

1 25 

1 60 

1 75 

2 25 

2 75 

Locomotive Pattern Oil Cups, 

Finished Brass . each 

30 

35 

40 

50 

75 

1 00 

1 50 

1 80 

2 00 

2 50 

3 00 

Add to Dist for Brass Tubes..each 

10 

10 

10 

10 

15 

' 

15 

15 

15 

15 

20 

20 

Finished Brass Oil Cups, 

with T. H. Cock . each 


80 

90 

1 00 

1 50 

2 00 

2 50 

2 75 

3 00 

3 75 

4 50 

Finished Brass Oil Cups, 

with L. H. Cock . each 


90 

1 00 

1 10 

1 60 

2 20 

2 75 

3 00 

3 25 

4 00 

5 00 


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“LUNKENHEIMER” 

V^THENEVER and WHEREVER you see above Trade-Mark upon any 
v Brass or Iron article, you may be absolutely certain that it is the 
VERY BEST of its kind that money and ingenuity can possibly produce. 
It signifies superior quality, durability and efficiency. 


The Lunkenheimer Valve Wheel. 

USED ON ALL OUR VALVES BELOW 3 INCH SIZE. 

(Imitations are without the letters S on ball.) 


W 


To avoid mistakes in ordering goods please give Figure Number, Size, Thread, 
Finish, etc. 

JS^Goods furnished with English Standard Threads or Flanges without addi¬ 
tional charge. 


DIAMETERS OF ENGLISH STANDARD FLANGES. 


Size. 

W 

Va" 

1" 

IK" 

w 


2" 


Diameter. 

75m/ m 

85m / m 

100m / m 

115m / m 

130m/ m 


150m / m 


Equivalent in Inches. 


3 A 

3 , L & 

4J4 

5/g 


5H 











Size. 

2J4" 

3" 

3J4" 

4" 

4/" 

5" 

6" 

7" 

Diameter. 

170m / m 

190m/ m 

215m / m 

230m/ m 

245m / m 

2G0m / m 

290m / m 

320m / m 

Equivalent in Inches. 


7 J4 


9 iV 

9 H 

10 A 

UH 

12 A- 










Size. 

8" 

9" 

10" 

12" 





Diameter . 

350m/ m 

370m / m 

400m / m 

450m / m 





Equivalent in Inches. 

m 

14-2- 
l 6 

loH 

m 







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